Russian doctor: The nervous system can be affected even after mild...

Dr. Natalia Pechenegnaya, Deputy Director of Clinical and Analytical Work at the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, announced that “Covid-19” with mild symptoms, can also affect the central nervous system.

In an interview with the Russian RIA Novosti news agency, the expert says, “Damages in the central nervous system usually occur after infection with the acute form of “Covid-19” disease, but this case was observed when infection with mild “Covid-19″ also.”

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She explains, if the virus enters through the nose into the body, it will be able to penetrate the olfactory nerve, and then spread to the cells of the central nervous system.

“The virus can enter the body, through the blood-brain barrier, through defects resulting from damage to the lining of blood vessels in the brain, and from there it reaches the brain,” she says.

According to her. Hypoxia (oxygen starvation), which occurs with acute form of COVID-19, microscopic thrombosis, and the immune system response, which can damage nerve cells and destroy the myelin sheath surrounding nerve fibers, can affect the functioning of the brain.

Source: RIA Novosti

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