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Mumbai: ‘Bone death’, a new condition among Covid survivors, worrying doctors

IndiaTimes Monday, 5 July 2021
Avascular necrosis (AVN), or death of bone tissues, could be the next debilitating condition among post-Covid patients after the outbreak of mucormycosis or black fungus two months back. At least three confirmed cases of avascular necrosis after Covid-19 have been scientifically reported from Mumbai, and doctors fear more are likely in the next few months.
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