Swaroopa Chakole

Department of Community Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical, India


  • Review Article   
    Neurologic Manifestations of Post COVID Syndrome
    Author(s): Priya Malik*, V Wagh and Swaroopa Chakole

    Respiratory condition COVID-19 pandemic spreads, it is turning out to be progressively apparent that COVID sickness 2019 (COVID-19) isn't restricted to the respiratory framework like difficulty in breathing but different organs can be impacted. Specifically, infection related neurological signs are being accounted for increasingly more oftentimes in like central nervous system autonomic nervous system. Cases of neurological manifestations in patients infected with deadly virus are on the rise, and presentations can be simple like a mild headache to more serious manifestations such as seizure, polyneuropathy, encephalopathy, myopathy and stroke. It can cause post COVID neurological syndrome. It comprises of neurological outcome after COVID-19. Loss of smell, taste, and headache are most frequent symptoms. It can pose serious outcome in persons who are affected with.. Read More»

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