Complicaciones neurológicas por coronavirus y COVID-19

  title={Complicaciones neurol{\'o}gicas por coronavirus y COVID-19},
  author={F. J. Carod-Artal},
  journal={Revista De Neurologia},
Introduction Clinical and experimental studies have shown that the coronavirus family has a certain tropism for the central nervous system. Seven types of coronavirus can infect humans. Development Coronaviruses are not always confined to the respiratory tract, and under certain conditions they can invade the central nervous system and cause neurological pathologies. The potential for neuroinvasion is well documented in most human coronaviruses (OC-43, 229E, MERS and SARS) and in some animal… 
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