Environmental Issues and Neurological Manifestations Associated with COVID-19 Pandemic: New Aspects of the Disease?

In addition to respiratory symptoms, central and peripheral nervous system manifestations are frequent in COVID-19 patients. Self-reported anosmia and ageusia are key symptoms of the coronavirus disease and may persist even after the acute infective phase of COVID-19 disease. Other mild or severe clinical features directly affecting the brain or nerves have been reported in medical literature since the beginning of the epidemic. Therefore, neurological symptoms and complications associated with COVID-19 should be considered as part of the clinical features of this novel global pandemic.

Environmental Issues and Neurological Manifestations Associated with COVID-19 Pandemic: New Aspects of the Disease?
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