Clinical and Neurological Features of Complications in Patients After Covid-19

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Nilufar Rashidova
Saykha Ilkhomova


COVID-19 infection, which was known to all and attracted the attention of medical professionals due to its effects on the body, is considered one of the current problems, and in addition to the new clinical sign of the disease, its impact on the course of chronic diseases also manifests itself in different ways. With the end of the pandemic, the manifestation of complications in this disease is a new medical condition that requires new research and observation.

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Nilufar Rashidova, & Saykha Ilkhomova. (2023). Clinical and Neurological Features of Complications in Patients After Covid-19. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(2), 1277–1280. Retrieved from


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