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Called irreversible consequences recover from coronavirus

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Названы необратимые последствия у переболевших коронавирусом

A neuroscientist from the University of Michigan Tronson Natalie (Natalie Tronson) called irreversible consequences for the health of patients who have had coronavirus. Her study is published in MedicalXpress.

Specialist said that the impact of SARS-COV-2 to the brain in some cases, is one of the most serious consequences of the disease. So, long-term consequences for the brain, caused by disease include miliceiskii encephalomyelitis (or chronic fatigue syndrome), and Guillain-Barre syndrome. It is a rapidly progressing autoimmune disorders of the peripheral nervous system.

As explained by Tronson, the effects caused by direct viral infection of the brain tissue and the influence of the virus through the infection of epithelial cells, the immune system. This contributes to persistent neurologic change after recovery from COVID-19.

The doctor also explained that many of the symptoms of coronavirus are actually connected with the protective reactions of the immune system. For example, a runny nose is not a direct effect of the coronavirus, and the result of the reaction of the immune system. Malaise, fatigue, fever happen because the activation of specialized immune cells in the brain.

Previously, scientists at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden have discovered several types of cells that play a key role in the immune response to the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and contribute to hyperphosphatemia observed in life-threatening cases. It turned out that white blood cells called eosinophils play an important role in the development of complications.

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