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The New England Journal of MedicineCognitive Deficits in Long COVID-19

The findings of this study are similar to results from in small human post-mortem study and could provide a pathological explanation for the subjective complaint of long-COVID “brain fog.” Using a mouse model to explore how mild respiratory infections with COVID could lead to neuroinflammation and subsequent brain damage, investigators found signs of central neuroinflammation after clearance of the virus. There is an accompanying case presentation.

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