Long COVID: cognitive complaints (brain fog) and dysfunction of the cingulate cortex

Volume: 269, Issue: 1, Pages: 44 - 46
Published: Jun 18, 2021
Abstract
Many patients who have suffered from acute COVID infections have long-lasting symptoms affecting several organs including the brain. This long COVID status can include “brain fog” and cognitive deficits that can disturb activities of daily living and can delay complete recovery. Here, we report two cases of neurological long COVID with abnormal FDG PET findings marked by hypometabolic regions of the cingulate...
Paper Details
Title
Long COVID: cognitive complaints (brain fog) and dysfunction of the cingulate cortex
Published Date
Jun 18, 2021
Volume
269
Issue
1
Pages
44 - 46
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