Imaging Shows COVID-19 Creates a Body Self-Attack
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CT, MRI, and ultrasound images reveal the myriad of ways the virus prompts the body to attack itself – with this knowledge, radiologists can better contribute to treatment planning.
Not only does COVID-19 attack the body, but radiology images show that the virus can actually make the body attack itself.
For some people, it can be as slight as sore muscles or achy joints. But, for others, the virus can actually kick-start worse symptoms, including rheumatoid arthritis flares, autoimmune myositis, or swollen and discolored toes, typically referred to as “COVID toes.”
The outward effects of these problems can be easily seen, but a team from Northwestern Medicine has pinpointed – and revealed via imaging – the causes of these symptoms. They published their findings on Feb. 17 in Skeletal Radiology.
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