Viral infections trigger neuropsychiatric symptoms

COVID-19 is associated with increased risks of neurological and psychiatric sequelae. Multiple studies demonstrate that bacterial and viral infections can trigger neuropsychiatric symptoms.

The following studies examine the association between autoimmunity, viral infections and neuropsychiatric syndromes.

PANDAS/PANS in the COVID-19 Age: Autoimmunity and Epstein–Barr Virus Reactivation as Trigger Agents? PANS patients develop worsening or new onset of psychiatric symptoms post-COVID   

Case report: Varicella associated neuropsychiatric syndrome (VANS) in two pediatric cases. Neurologic and psychiatric symptoms associated with herpes virus infection 

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