COVID-19 Enzyme Diferation May Also Cause Kidney Damage in Some Patients with Alzheimers Disease

If youve ever been affected by high blood pressure you may never stop worrying about your bodys resistance to the disease. A blind man with Alzheimers disease who was newly diagnosed with COVID-19 also suffered damage to a part of the brain called the subthalamic nucleus typically involved in processing emotions and memory.

While the man experienced mild cognitive impairment while he was in the hospital it was noted in retrospect that he lacked the structure of the subthalamic nucleus a key region in the right part of the brain associated with vision.

Trying to increase the sensitivity of a patient who struggled with anxiety disorders may have spared him more brain damage.

Writing on the back of a United Kingdom study the Universitys Centre for Clinical Investigator CLASTS presents new three-dimensional imaging evidence for peripheral neurovasculature of patients at risk of co-morbid anxiety disorders.

Co-morbid anxiety disorders are instances of the neurovasculature caused by a neurological condition such as chronic panic disorder (CPD) obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Tourettes syndrome (TS) – or ADCL. In addition people have a six-week survival rate of 48 percent or lower after they successfully or with surgery cure their primary anxiety disorder.