According to a report by the Hindustan Times on the 20th, the All India Academy of Medical Sciences in India has discovered the first case of brain nerve damage in children caused by the new coronavirus.
According to reports, the All India Academy of Medical Sciences in New Delhi reported the first case of brain nerve damage caused by the new coronavirus in the hospital. The patient was an 11-year-old girl who was initially admitted to the hospital because of blurred vision.
According to reports, doctors are currently preparing to release a report of the case. The draft report reads as follows: “We discovered acute demyelinating syndrome (ADS) caused by a new crown virus infection in an 11-year-old girl. This is the first case in a pediatric age group.”
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Dr. Gulati, a doctor in the Department of Pediatrics of the hospital, said, “This girl came to see a doctor with poor eyesight. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) showed that she had acute demyelinating syndrome (ADS), which is a new phenomenon. However, We know that the virus mainly affects the brain and lungs. We determined that her condition was caused by the new coronavirus, so we plan to release this case report.”
After treatment, the girl’s health condition has improved, and 50% of her eyesight has been restored, and she has been discharged from the hospital. The report also said that another 13-year-old girl who was infected with the new crown virus is currently receiving treatment at the hospital because of fever and brain inflammation, and doctors are still confirming whether her symptoms are caused by the new crown virus.