COVID-19 & Neurology Complications for Patients

What are the neurologic signs & symptoms associated with COVID-19?

Are there long-term neurologic symptoms after recovering from acute COVID-19 infection?

What causes these long-term neurologic symptoms?

Who is at risk for developing these symptoms?

If I think I may be affected by the neurologic complications associated with COVID-19, who will help manage this?


Elkind, Mitchell, et al. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19): Neurologic complications and management of neurologic conditions. In: UpToDate, Goddeau, R (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA, 2020.

Tan L, Lin ZC, Ray J, et al. Neurological implications of COVID-19: a review of the science and clinical guidance. BMJ Neurology Open 2020

Hurley, D. This COVID-19 Practice: Hundreds of ‘Long Haulers’ Presenting with Neurologic Complaints at Post-COVID-19 Clinics. NeurologyToday, 2020

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