|drug2239||Non-convalescent fresh frozen plasma (Standard plasma) Wiki||1.00|
|drug622||COVID-19 convalescent hyperimmune plasma Wiki||1.00|
|D001930||Brain Injuries, NIH||0.45|
|D009461||Neurologic Manifestations NIH||0.41|
There is one clinical trial.
Viral pandemics, such as HIV and SARS-Cov-V1, have shown that they can lead to acute and / or delayed neurological complications. At the actual context of the pandemic Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), neurological manifestations seem to be confirmed since in 85% of COVID-19 patients, present neurological symptoms, including anosmia, ageusia, periorbital pain, dizziness, fatigue, even moderate headache, moderate memory and/or behavioral disorders. However, these neurological manifestations are not well studied and their radiological features are not well described. It is therefore important to assess these potential neurological complications in COVID-19 patients. To the investigator knowledge, there is no previous study in the literature describing spectral brain changes in COVID + patients. Thus, the goal of this work is to describe the radiological semiology using MRI and particularly Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic (MRS) biomarkers in the evaluation of acute and / or delayed brain damage in COVID + patients presenting a neurological manifestations that are initially related to the cranial nerves damage.
Description: The radiological semiology as described by MRI and particularly Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic (MRS) biomarkers in the COVID-19 patients presenting neurological manifestations related initially to the cranial nerves damage.Measure: Variation from baseline of MRI radiological semiology in COVID-19 patients Time: 9 months after patient inclusion
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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