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Features of the Manifestation of Various Neurological Complications in Patients Who Have Undergone Covid-19

Amina M. Nagadieva, Olga A. Petrenko, Alexey V. Yumashev,*Anastasia P. Smirnova, Galina N. Goduno.


The article analyzes the features of the manifestation of various neurological complications in patients who have had a
coronavirus infection. Coronavirus infection can affect the neurological system of the body, causing various symptoms and
complications. The virus can enter the nervous system through blood vessels and neural pathways, causing inflammation
and damage to nerve cells. Some of the most common neurological symptoms associated with coronavirus infection
include headache, smell and taste, coordination disorders, weakness, fatigue, and sleep problems. It is also reported
about rare cases when the coronavirus can cause encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), acute myelitis (inflammation
of the spinal cord) and other serious neurological complications.
The author notes that neurologists today face an unprecedented need to understand and treat the neurological
consequences of the long-term development of COVID-19. Today, there is a need for international cooperation between
medical societies, rapid and transparent transfer of research data, as well as further mandatory fundamental research
to understand the pathophysiological correlates of the long-term development of COVID. In addition, taking into account
the growing public demand for evidence-based interventions, it is time for scientists to join forces with each other and
to develop preventive and therapeutic strategies for COVID-19 survivors in order to mitigate the consequences for the

Key words: COVID-19, neurological complications, variants of manifestation, severity of the course.

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