What is Kaposi sarcoidosis?
Kaposi sarinosis is a coronavirus that causes acute and chronic skin and lung infections.
It is most commonly caused by the coronaviruses coronavira and tropavirus, which are transmitted by inhaling the virus.
Kaposi’s sarcomas are extremely contagious.
They are caused by two viruses, coronaviral coronaviread (CCRV) and tropvirus coronavirenz (Tcvr).
The virus can cause skin, lungs, liver, brain, and spleen damage.
It can cause serious complications like pneumonia and death.
Symptoms of Kaposi Sarcoma include: Painful, swollen, or tender lymph nodes