This study states that The overall spread of Covid infection (COVID-19) is related with the development of numerous clinical photos of the illness. Patients may have nose and throat manifestations, like loss of smell and taste. Numerous otolaryngologists have noticed an expansion in the quantity of patients with intense parotitis (aggravation of the parotid salivary organs), which could be identified with COVID-19 (2). We report the clinical highlights of 3 outpatients who looked for care at Foch Hospital (Paris, France) for parotitis-like manifestations with regards to COVID-19.
Three ladies looked for care at the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery of Foch Hospital for one-sided ear torment and retromandibular edema. The patients additionally detailed general and otolaryngologic manifestations, including anorexia, arthralgia, myalgia, migraine, weakness, nasal deterrent, rhinorrhea, postnasal dribble, sore throat, face torment, and loss of smell and taste.
Reference link- https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/9/20-2059_article