Selective visuoconstructional impairment following mild COVID-19 with inflammatory and neuroimaging correlation findings

The study titled “Selective visuoconstructional impairment following mild COVID-19 with inflammatory and neuroimaging correlation findings” provides key insights into the cognitive impacts of COVID-19, particularly in cases classified as mild. Here’s a detailed summary: Background: The study addresses the implications of mild COVID-19 cases, which comprise the majority of infections worldwide. While severe cases of COVID-19 have been linked to neurological and psychiatric consequences, the cognitive impact of mild COVID-19 remains under-researched. The study aimed to investigate adults who had recovered from mild COVID-19 by assessing neuropsychological, ocular, neurological tests, immune markers, and neuroimaging. The research found a specific visuoconstructive…