The doctor says that there have been some recent cases of black fungus piercing after the use of steroid, but the case of piercing the food pipe, small intestine and large intestine due to white fungus is the world’s first case.
New Delhi: Between the coronavirus infection, a case of holes in the small intestine and large intestine due to White Fungus has come to light. Such a case has been found in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi. The hospital claims that this is the first case in the world.
A 49-year-old woman’s gut pierced
The 49-year-old woman was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on the 13th of the same month after suffering from abdominal pain and vomiting. The woman was suffering from cancer and she had undergone chemotherapy shortly before. When the woman underwent a CT scan at the hospital, a hole in the intestines was detected.
The hole was closed after four hours of surgery
Dr Ganga Ram Hospital’s Medoff Sewer, Dr. (Prof.) Amit Arora of the Gastroenterology and Pancreaticobiliary Sciences Department said, “After four hours of surgery, holes in the woman’s food pipe, small intestine and large intestine were closed.” Only after this, the leakage of liquid was also stopped.
White fungus is the first case of a hole in the intestine.
Dr Arora said that after the use of steroid, there have been some recent cases of black fungus piercing the intestines. But it is the first in the world to have holes in the food pipe, small intestine and large intestine after the Kovid-19 infection by White Fungus.
Black fungus cases in the country are close to 12 thousand
Along with the coronavirus epidemic in the country, cases of black fungus are also increasing rapidly and the total number of cases of black fungus has so far reached 11717 across the country. The highest number of 2859 cases have been reported in Gujarat.