Cerebellar syndrome as a complication of COVID-19 disease.

  Vol. 42 (8) 2021 Neuro endocrinology letters Case Reports   2021; 42(8): 508-511 PubMed PMID:  35490417    Citation

: COVID-19 disease is caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The disease first appeared in China in 2019 and quickly spread throughout the world. It primarily affects the respiratory tract, manifested by fever, cough and the development of dyspnoea, but the symptoms and complications can affect any organ system. Neurological symptoms include headaches, muscle and joint pain, taste and smell disorders. Complications include inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system, ataxia, peripheral nerve and muscle diseases, worsening of extrapyramidal diseases, and neuropsychiatric disorders. This paper presents a case report of a 62-year-old man with cerebellar syndrome, ataxia, intentional tremor and hypermetria when dealing with COVID-19 disease.

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