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Recovered COVID Patients Often Have Heart Damage – WebMD

Studies show that a large number of patients who recover from the coronavirus may have heart damage weeks or months after they feel better.

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July 30, 2020 — A large number of patients who recover from the coronavirus may have heart damage weeks or months after they feel better, according to two new studies in JAMA Cardiology.
Released Monday, the studies reinforce the idea that COVID-19 attacks more than the lungs it can damage other organs, too, even in people who were healthy before they contracted the virus.
In one study, researchers[SM1] from Germany analyzed MRI scans in 100 people between ages 45 to 53 who recovered from the…

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