Black fungus cases increased in the country after the second wave

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Professor Mohammad Aftab, chair of the ENT department at JN Medical College at Aligarh Muslim University, said that after the second wave of corona, black fungus cases in the country have increased, and most of them have infected the brain and nasal system of patients .
He addressed the Clinico Pathological Conference (CPC) on black fungus, organized by the Department of Pathology in collaboration with the Department of ENT and Community Medicine. In addition to increasing cases of the black fungus, its diagnosis was also discussed. He said that in JNMC emergency operations against black fungus are carried out. Professor Aftab said doctoral students and others would benefit from organizing such programs on a regular basis. He explained the treatment and the modalities to the patients.
Professor Mohd Jasim Hasan, Department of Pathology, and Dr. Ruqaiya Afroz, Assistant Professor, also discussed the challenges of pathophysiology and morphological aspects in diagnosing the disease. Dr. Salim Mohammad, Department of Community Medicine, shed light on aspects of the current scenario of this disease in Aligarh and across the country and worldwide. Professor SH Arif, head of the Institute of Pathology, requested the thank you. The department’s faculty participated in the CPC, residents and online.

Professor Mohammad Aftab, chair of the ENT department at JN Medical College at Aligarh Muslim University, said that after the second wave of corona, black fungus cases in the country have increased, and most of them have infected the brain and nasal system of patients .

He addressed the Clinico Pathological Conference (CPC) on black fungus, organized by the Department of Pathology in collaboration with the Department of ENT and Community Medicine. In addition to increasing cases of the black fungus, its diagnosis was also discussed. He said that in JNMC emergency operations against black fungus are carried out. Professor Aftab said doctoral students and others would benefit from organizing such programs on a regular basis. He explained the treatment and the modalities to the patients.

Professor Mohd Jasim Hasan, Department of Pathology, and Dr. Ruqaiya Afroz, Assistant Professor, also discussed the challenges of pathophysiology and morphological aspects in diagnosing the disease. Dr. Salim Mohammad, Department of Community Medicine, shed light on aspects of the current scenario of this disease in Aligarh and across the country and worldwide. Professor SH Arif, head of the Institute of Pathology, requested the thank you. The department’s faculty participated in the CPC, residents and online.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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