Researchers investigated whether amyloid-beta, cortical thickness in medial temporal lobe structures, neuroinflammation, and sociodemographic factors were associated with increased anxious-depressive symptoms during COVID-19-related confinement.
All articles by Maria Arini Lopez, PT, DPT
Researchers sought to examine the severity and longevity of neurological problems associated with COVID-19 infection.
Researchers sought to evaluate the risk for hearing loss with outpatient use of oral macrolide therapy in children, adolescents, and young adults.
Researchers of the current study sought to report the nature and prevalence of post-COVID-19 symptoms while taking into account somatic symptoms present in individuals before infection and comparing symptom dynamics in individuals without COVID-19 infection during the pandemic.
Researchers sought to determine the symptoms and risk factors associated with long COVID among nonhospitalized adults with confirmed acute SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Researchers determined whether a 10-second balance assessment is a reliable indicator of all-cause mortality among middle-aged and older individuals.
Using a symptom tracker app, researchers assessed the risk for long COVID among patients infected with the Delta or the Omicron variant between 2 time periods.
Researchers sought to determine the impact of A-tDCS combined with olfactory training in patients’ post-COVID-19 infection with olfactory dysfunction.
Researchers assessed patients who developed a new-onset neuromuscular disorder the first 6 weeks after receiving either the first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.