1) COVID-19 PNEUMONIA MAY BE WELDER'S LUNG. SYSTEMIC IRON OVERLOAD.
Detection of Hemosiderin-Laden Macrophages in Bronchoalveolar Lavage Fluid of COVID-19 Patients
Is COVID-19 pneumonia Iron Induced Pulmonary Disease?
This was also observed in a acute adult T-cell leukemia/
2) lymphoma patient. The appearance of iron overload was never determined, but the course is remarkably similar to COVID. The patient died of respiratory failure. Aortic stenosis and doxorubicin-induced myopathy during the treatment of ATLL were considered to be the causes of
3) heart failure, although cardiac hemosiderosis was diagnosed by heart muscle biopsy.
The patient’s body temperature was 36.9°C, peripheral capillary oxygen saturation was 91% (room air), and no findings suggested recurrence of ATLL, reduction of cardiac function, or infection at the time of visit.