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Persistent loss of taste and smell in patients with long COVID may respond to a novel approach – stellate ganglion block.
Doctors who work at the intersection of infectious and immunologic diseases have much to contribute to the understanding of and response to long COVID.
Recognizing the variety of manifestations of COVID-19-related skin reactions in Black, Latino and pediatric populations can help clinicians in their approaches to patient counseling.
Cleveland Clinic researchers delved further into the connection between COVID-19 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and found that treatment for the virus might uncovering undiagnosed T2DM.
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Rheumatologists are called upon to know which patients are more vulnerable to COVID-19, to counsel on risk, and to recommend vaccination and PrEP when appropriate.
Early results were positive in a study of the preventive treatment of COVID-19 with xagevimab/cilgavimab for patients who were unlikely to respond sufficiently or at all to vaccination.
Soon after her diagnosis of COVID-19, a patient began to experience severe allodynia to light touch over her forearms and shins.
Infectious disease specialist shares insight for safeguarding patients with cancer from viruses like COVID-19
The renowned virologist, who is Cleveland Clinic’s new Global Director of Vaccine Development, discusses his plans and priorities for the research post.
Two Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute scientists are part of a national consortium developing new antiviral drugs to combat COVID-19 and prevent future pandemics.