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About the problem of post-COVID syndrome

DOI: https://doi.org/ 10.29296/25879979-2022-02-01

A.A. Garmanova(1), A.M. Morozov(2), Yu.E. Minakova(2), E.A. Sobol(2), M.A. Belyak(2) 1-Federal State Budgetary Institution «Central Clinical Hospital with Polyclinic» of the Office of the President of the Russian Federation 2-«Tver State Medical University» of Russian Health Ministry, Tver

Neurological symptoms due to the peculiarities of coronavirus infection with manifestations in the form of microthrombosis are extremely non-specific, so it is important for a specialist to have an idea about all possible variants of the course of the disease and to know the various clinical variations of the post-covid syndrome. Since SARS-Cov-2 constantly mutates and forms new strains, it is necessary to constantly conduct new surveys among patients to identify differences in the course of certain complications, especially neurological genesis. In the present study, the diversity of the course of the neurological picture was revealed in the presence of a history of coronavirus infection in patients. Most often, during the course of the underlying disease in the acute phase, anosmia and headache occurred in patients, which can also manifest itself as a predictor of the onset of the disease. However, it is impossible to identify the dependence of neurological manifestations with age, duration and severity of the course of the disease, due to the presence of comorbidities in patients, which may manifest a similar clinical picture

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