Acute transverse myelitis is a rare disease that can behave either in a benign course where it may end up in full neurologic recovery, or permanent neurologic sequelae and death. This report describes a 52-year-old male who presented with features of acute transverse myelitis associated with COVID-19.
The effect of COVID-19 is not limited to the respiratory system. Patients who are at risk to develop cardiac arrhythmias might be affected especially when unmasked with fever. A 41-year-old Bangladeshi male patient presented with frequent palpitations and dizziness. His ECG revealed Brugada pattern while being diagnosed with COVID-19.