Open Access Short Communication Article ID: AADC-5-118

    Anosmia – The common missing link between Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19

    Mohammad Azizur Rahman, Nabidur Rahman, Umme Habiba, Jobayer Rahman, Salman Shakil and Kamrul Hsan

    Concurrent evidence of some neurological manifestations in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and corona virus diseases 2019 (COVID-19) has beaconed towards common links between these two global crises. Among numerous complications, the COVID-19 sufferers suffer from loss of smell or anosmia. Similar experience has been noticed in the AD patients. Thus, AD and COVI-19 might have some common links with respect to patho-physiology and this co-mediation might pave a new vista in withstanding these two calamities in a concerted fashion. Thus, the present article delves out the missing link between AD and COVID-19 followed by direction towards their plausible common controlling strategies.


    Published on: Aug 27, 2021 Pages: 9-10

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/aadc.000018
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