Study: Mild COVID Cases Can Result In Brain Injuries

Courthouse News Service reports:

Brain injuries that result from Covid-19 infections, such as small bleeds and intense inflammation, are present in primates who have been infected, even when the infections were mild, according to a new study published Friday.

This new finding from researchers at Tulane University was published in an article in the science journal, Nature Communications.

It is the first of its kind to look in-depth at how Covid-19 affects the central nervous system. The findings could potentially have enormous implications for how brain issues related to Covid-19 are approached and treated going forward and are hoped to shed light on long Covid.

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