The man, from the Czech Republic, received a COVID-19 nasal swab test in March 2020 after close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus. But after receiving a negative result, he is said to have experienced a runny nose from just his right nostril. This rare symptom, which the patient mistakenly thought was due to allergies, lasted for nine months before he went to see a doctor in December 2020.
But a CT scan of his skull showed that the man had a rare brain injury, according to a new report, published in the JAMA Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery,
He was diagnosed with a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak, a rare but serious condition in which the clear fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord leaks through a defect in the skull and out through the nose. . .
Reports state that, in this case, the man’s CSF leak was likely an extremely rare complication caused by the test.
The man had received a nasopharyngeal COVID-19 test from a healthcare worker. (Read more from “COVID Horror as CT Scan Shows Swab Test Causes Man’s Brain to Leak for Nine Months” HERE)
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