Tag: <span>anosmia</span>


Doctors are finding damage in kidneys, hearts and elsewhere by COVID-19

The coronavirus kills by inflaming and clogging the tiny air sacs in the lungs, choking off the body’s oxygen supply until it shuts down the organs essential for life. But clinicians around the world are seeing evidence that suggests the virus also might be causing heart inflammation, acute kidney disease, neurological malfunction, blood clots, intestinal...


Loss of smell and taste are symptoms of COVID-19, study finds

According to a new study published in the International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology, sudden loss of smell and/or taste really does appear to be an early sign of COVID-19, especially in those with mild cases. In over a thousand patients with undiagnosed flu-like symptoms, experts found those with a loss of smell and taste...


Coincidence of COVID-19 epidemic and olfactory dysfunction outbreak

Because of the newly identified virus, it is expected that new reports about different aspects of the disease will be released daily. In this way, an update on its clinical and laboratory presentations has reported fever, respiratory symptoms, cough, fatigue, myalgia, arthralgia and breathing difficulties as the common presentations of the confirmed cases. However, recent...