Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Recently, an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association explained that cerebrospinal fluid flows from the nose of a woman undergoing a Coronavirus test in the United States.
The article says the woman, who returned from the hospital after the test, began to feel headaches, sensitivity to light and taste iron in her mouth.
Returning to the hospital with these complaints, the woman's cerebrospinal fluid was noticed to be leaking. It was explained that the disease and operations that the woman who was treated and operated on previously played a role in this case, and coronavirus tests did not cause such problems.
The article's author, Jarret Walsh, said it was not the first time the 40-year-old woman had been tested for coronavirus, and it was also the first time she had encountered such side effects.