The consequence of the postponed coronavirus can be stuttering, neurologist Pavel Horoshev told the URA.RU portal on November 21.
“As a rule, the cause of stuttering is logoneurosis, but damage to the area that is responsible for speech can also cause stuttering. It can be said almost unequivocally that with COVID-19, almost everything can be. Coronavirus can cause stuttering if the nerve tissue responsible for speech is damaged, ”he said.
The doctor explained that the virus can provoke inflammation by invading a group of nerve cells. Also, according to him, the virus can cause thrombosis, ischemia and infarction of this group of nerve cells.
Khoroshev compared the coronavirus with multiple sclerosis, which is called the “monkey of all diseases” because it causes the manifestation of almost any neurological symptomatology.
“The same can be said about the coronavirus. He, too, can be called the monkey of all diseases. It can cause symptoms anywhere. What’s more, it can cause inflammation that can occur in any organ. The worst thing is that it can provoke massive blood clots. They can clog any parts of the vascular bed, ”the neurologist noted.
In October, Deputy Director for Clinical Work of the Moscow Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology named after G.N. Tatyana Ruzhentsova of the Gabrichevsky Rospotrebnadzor said that among the post-coccygeal syndrome, those who have had the “Delta” strain of coronavirus often show a change in voice. This syndrome can also be expressed by decreased cognitive functions, fatigue and inflammation of the nasopharynx.
Against the backdrop of a worsening epidemiological situation, the Russian authorities are urging residents to get vaccinated in order to protect their health and take care of their loved ones. Citizens are vaccinated for free. Five vaccines against coronavirus have been registered in the country: Sputnik V, which became the first vaccine against COVID-19 in the Russian Federation and the world, as well as Sputnik Light, EpiVacCorona, EpiVacCorona-N and KoviVak.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites of stopcoronavirus.rf and accessvsem.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeV Together. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.