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Potential role of Vitamin D3 in preventing neurocognitive complications in COVID-19 survivors
Understanding about COVID-19 evolved significantly over the past two years since its emergence as a lethal pandemic. Initially thought to be a disease of the respiratory system only, the disease was soon proved to be a multisystemic disease with brain involvement, no exception. A significant number of patients with COVID-19 infection manifest with neuropsychiatric complications 1 . These include asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic cases as well. The common neurocognitive deficits among thedoi:10.1017/s1092852921001097 pmid:34924084 fatcat:krzqxkawsfajpobf73sdptms5y