COVID-19: Long-term effects

Some people continue to experience health problems long after having COVID-19. Understand the possible symptoms and risk factors for post-COVID-19 syndrome. By Mayo Clinic Staff Most people who get coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) recover within a few weeks. But some people — even those who had mild versions of the disease — might have symptoms […]

COVID Vaccines Could Trigger Vasculitis, Damaging Multiple Organs

Several case reports indicate the COVID vaccines may be associated with vasculitis, a condition that inflames and damages blood vessels. By Ellen Wan, 2024 The Epochtimes Various diseases associated with COVID-19 vaccines have been reported. A recent case study indicated that COVID-19 vaccination may trigger the development of anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies (ANCA)-associated vasculitis, potentially damaging multiple organs. […]

Skin Manifestations Associated with COVID-19: Current Knowledge and Future Perspectives

Giovanni Genovese,a,b Chiara Moltrasio,a,c Emilio Berti,a,b and Angelo Valerio Marzanoa, Dermatology. 2020 Nov 24 : 1–12.Published online 2020 Nov 24. doi: 10.1159/000512932 PMCID: PMC780199 PMID: 33232965 Abstract Background Coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) is an ongoing global pandemic caused by the “severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2” (SARS-CoV-2), which was isolated for the first time in Wuhan (China) in December 2019. Common symptoms include fever, cough, […]

Evolution of neurologic symptoms in non-hospitalized COVID-19 “long haulers”

Authors: Sareen T. Ali,Anthony K. Kang,Tulsi R. Patel,Jeffrey R. Clark, et. al. ,May 2022 Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology Abstract Objective We characterized the evolution of neurologic symptoms and self-perceived recovery of non-hospitalized COVID-19 “long haulers” 6–9 months after their initial Neuro-COVID-19 clinic evaluation. Methods In this follow-up study on the first 100 patients, 50 […]

Oral manifestations of COVID‐19 disease: A review article

Authors: Behzad Iranmanesh, Maryam Khalili,  et. al. Dermatol Ther. 2021 Jan-Feb; 34(1): e14578. Published online 2020 Dec 13. doi: 10.1111/dth.14578PMCID: PMC7744903PMID: 33236823 Abstract Dysgeusia is the first recognized oral symptom of novel coronavirus disease (COVID‐19). In this review article, we described oral lesions of COVID‐19 patients. We searched PubMed library and Google Scholar for published literature since December 2019 until September 2020. […]

Maculopapular skin eruptions associated with Covid‐19: A systematic review

Authors: Saad Shams,  Sawai Singh Rathore,  et. al. Dermatol Ther. 2021 Mar-Apr; 34(2)e14788. 202Feb2. doi: 10.1111/dth.14788PMCID: PMC7995033PMID: 33481314 Abstract In this systematic review, we anticipated in summarizing clinical features, histopathological hallmarks, and possible pathology behind the maculopapular skin eruptions occurring in Covid‐19 patients. A literature search was executed using MEDLINE/PubMed and Embase databases for articles published till 20 November 2020. […]

COVID-19 rash in adults: What to know

Although COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, it can also cause rashes. What a COVID-19 rash looks like can vary, and it can occur anywhere on the skin and in the mouth. Other symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, fatigue, cough, and shortness of breath. However, not everyone experiences all of these. For some, a rash may be one of the […]

Large study provides scientists with deeper insight into long COVID symptoms

NIH-funded research effort identifies most common symptoms, potential subgroups, and initial symptom-based scoring system – with aim of improving future diagnostics and treatment. Initial findings from a study of nearly 10,000 Americans, many of whom had COVID-19, have uncovered new details about long COVID, the post-infection set of conditions that can affect nearly every tissue […]

Why Loss of Smell Can Persist After COVID-19

Research suggests that long-term smell loss is linked to an ongoing immune response in the nose By DUKE HEALTH NEWS OFFICE  Research This article is part of Harvard Medical School’s continuing coverage of COVID-19. New research has provided important insight into why some people fail to fully regain their sense of smell even months after recovering from COVID-19. […]

COVID Long-Haulers May Experience Abnormal Breathing Patterns, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Findings are consistent with long-haul symptoms following the 2005 SARS epidemic Sam Roth,, WASHINGTON Many long-haul COVID-19 patients have chronic fatigue syndrome and other breathing issues months after their initial COVID-19 diagnosis, according to study in JACC: Heart Failure, which is the first of its kind to identify a correlation between long-haul COVID-19 and chronic […]