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Some kids, teens have long-term lung damage after COVID-19

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reveals lung damage in nonhospitalized children and teens who either had COVID-19 up to a year earlier or have long-COVID symptoms, according to a single-center clinical trial published this week in Radiology.Researchers in Germany evaluated changes in lung structure and function in 54 pediatric COVID-19 survivors and nine healthy controls aged 5 to 17 years using low-field MRI, which doesn't require children to hold their breath during imaging.

Participants also contributed blood samples. The study was conducted from August to December 2021.Signs of decreased lung functionTwenty-nine patients (54%) had recovered from their infections, 25 (46%) had long COVID, and all but one were unvaccinated at the time of infection.

Four COVID-19 patients had asymptomatic acute infections. The median interval between infection and study participation was 222 days.Average patient age was 11 years, and 44% were girls.

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