2022
DOI: 10.1111/ane.13621
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Pregnancy and neurologic complications of COVID‐19: A scoping review

Abstract: While neurologic complications are frequently reported among patients with COVID‐19 in the general population, they are unknown in pregnant women. This paper summarizes the case reports of pregnant women with confirmed SARS‐CoV‐2 infection plus a specified neurologic diagnosis. Until November 2021, 18 case reports were found. Both the central and peripheral nervous systems were equally affected: delirium ( n = 1), posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome ( n = … Show more

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“…Therefore, we have herein revised 10 patients with central nervous system (CNS) involvement (48%) and 11 patients with peripheral nervous system (PNS) involvement (52%) in order to compare with our previous results. 2 Updated results have demonstrated that the median maternal age remained 32 (27.5-34.5) years, and the median gestational age was reduced to 32 (28-36) weeks. Interestingly, the woman who had suffered a stroke was in the 7th week of gestation.…”
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“…Therefore, we have herein revised 10 patients with central nervous system (CNS) involvement (48%) and 11 patients with peripheral nervous system (PNS) involvement (52%) in order to compare with our previous results. 2 Updated results have demonstrated that the median maternal age remained 32 (27.5-34.5) years, and the median gestational age was reduced to 32 (28-36) weeks. Interestingly, the woman who had suffered a stroke was in the 7th week of gestation.…”
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“…The peer review history for this article is available at https://publo ns.com/publo n/10.1111/ane.13663. João Eudes Magalhães 1,2 Pedro Augusto Sampaio-Rocha-Filho…”
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“…stroke (n = 1), venous sinus thrombosis (VST) (n = 1), acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) (n = 1), and acute necrotizing encephalopathy (n = 1). 1 Peripheral nervous system disease diagnosed in this cohort included Guillain Barre syndrome (GBS) (n = 5), Bell's palsy (n = 3), and rhabdomyolysis (n = 1). 1 The study is appealing but has limitations that raise concerns that need to be discussed.…”
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