Long COVID: Where Are We in 2023?

Hariharan Regunath, MD, Vamsi P. Guntur, MD Mo Med. 2023 Mar-Apr; 120(2): 102–105.PMCID: PMC10121126 PMID: 37091941 Copyright and License information PMC Disclaimer NCBI The term “COVID Long-Hauler” or “Long-Haul COVID” was first created by patients within few months of the onset of the pandemic.1,2 The first publication of persistent symptoms following acute COVID-19 was from Italy in July 2020, where-in, […]

Immunoglobulin signature predicts risk of post-acute COVID-19 syndrome

Authors: Carlo Cervia, Yves Zurbuchen, Patrick Taeschler, Tala Ballouz, Dominik Menges, Sara Hasler,  Sarah Adamo, Miro E. Raeber, Esther Bächli, Alain Rudiger, Melina Stüssi-Helbling, Lars C. Huber,  Jakob Nilsson, Ulrike Held, Milo A. Puhan & Onur Boyman  Nature Communications volume 13, Article number: 446 (2022)  Abstract Following acute infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) a significant proportion of individuals develop prolonged symptoms, a serious condition termed post-acute coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) […]

Long-Term Brain Disorders in Post Covid-19 Neurological Syndrome (PCNS) Patient

Authors: Domenico Nuzzo,1,2,* Gaetano Cambula,3 Ignazio Bacile,3 Manfredi Rizzo,4 Massimo Galia,5 Paola Mangiapane,6 Pasquale Picone,1,2 Daniela Giacomazza,7 and Luca Scalisi8,9,* In the recent pandemic disease, called COVID-19, the role of neurologists and neurobiologists represents a chance to study key features of brain infection and deepen neurological manifestations of COVID-19 and other coronavirus infections. In fact, many studies suggest brain damage during infection and persistent […]