Scientists analyzed organ samples from people who lost their lives to Kovid-19 and found that in most cases the lungs became useless due to the presence of abnormal “interconnected” cells. This is a fact that can further shed light on the severity of the disease.
Researchers at UK-based King’s College London analyzed the lungs, heart, liver and kidneys (kidneys) of 41 people who lost their lives to Kovid-19 to learn more about the behavior of the new corona virus “SARS-Cove-2”. Information can be obtained.
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This research report was published in the journal “eByomedicine”, in which the particular behavior of the virus was revealed. This may explain why symptoms of the disease, including fatigue and shortness of breath, persist for months in many patients, which is called “long covid”.
The lungs were significantly damaged in most of the cases analyzed. According to scientists, additional types of symptoms were found in around 90 percent of patients, which were quite different from other forms of pneumonia. He said that the blood clots in the arteries and veins of these people were very high, and many lung cells were abnormally large and had many nuclei.
This caused the different cells to come together into large single cells. The researchers said that in most cases the lungs have become useless due to the presence of abnormal “interconnected” cells. This is a fact that may shed more light on the severity of the disease.
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