Neuroimagen en pacientes con infección por COVID-19 descripción de hallazgos y revisión de la literatura

Neuroimaging in patients with COVID-19: findings description and review of the literature

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Lizeth Pardo Hernández
Luisa Fernanda Jaimes Martinez

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El síndrome respiratorio agudo severo causado por coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) es responsable de la propagación mundial de la enfermedad por coronavirus (COVID-19). Nuestro conocimiento hasta el momento del impacto de este virus en el sistema nervioso es limitado. El propósito de este artículo es revisar el espectro de los diversos hallazgos en neuroimágenes asi como la fisiopatología en los pacientes con COVID-19. Se necesitan estudios futuros que examinen el impacto de los síntomas y su correlación con las neuroimágenes durante el curso de la enfermedad, para aclarar y evaluar aún más el vínculo entre las complicaciones neurológicas y el resultado clínico, así como limitar las consecuencias a largo plazo.

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Luisa Fernanda Jaimes Martinez, Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud

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