Review Article - Journal of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research (2022) Volume 7, Issue 4
Coronavirus 2019 and neurological impairments: A review.
Coronaviruses have been known for long primarily to cause severe respiratory damage and systemic infection. However, interest of scientific community on coronaviruses increased as a result of the recently identified species (2019-nCoV). The novel coronavirus 2019 pandemic as declared by the world health organization has done more damage than thought. It is no more a news that COVID-19 affects human’s breathing however; it is also associated with lot of complication.
COVID-19. This thus translates to impaired neurological functions. This has been attributed to expression of angiotensin converting enzyme II receptor in the brain. Therefore in this review, highlight would be given on neurological complications associated with COVID-19 infection.Author(s): Samuel Olapoju*