Data from: Neurological and neuroimaging findings in COVID-19 patients: a retrospective multicenter study
LERSY, François et al. (2020), Data from: Neurological and neuroimaging findings in COVID-19 patients: a retrospective multicenter study, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.w9ghx3fm7
Figure e-1: Ischemic stroke. Axial diffusion (a), SWI (b), 3D TOF MR angiography (c). Man aged 71 years: right fronto-insular diffusion cortico-subcortical hyperintensity (arrow) corresponding to middle cerebral artery acute ischemic stroke. Middle cerebral artery SWI hypointensity (star) (b) corresponding to a thrombus inducing arterial occlusion (cross)
Figure e-2: Radiological acute hemorrhagic necrotizing encephalopathy. Man aged 66 years: axial diffusion (a) Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC) map (b), axial SWI (c,d), axial FLAIR (e), sagittal FLAIR (f). Left frontal intracerebral hematoma (cross). Corpus callosum FLAIR and diffusion signal abnormalities with ADC decrease (star) corresponding to cytotoxic edema. Peri hematoma and corpus callosum, multiple microhemorrhage on SWI weighted MR images (arrow).
Figure e-3: Multiple correspondence analysis: considering each clinical manifestation separately, subjects can be distinguished mainly based on a global pattern depending on their oxygen requirement, seizure, gender, headaches, history of autoimmune disease, history of seizure, age, anosmia, confusion and disturbances of consciousness. References: 0=absence; 1=presence; HSt= history of seizures; O2= oxygen therapy; OtherH= another neurological history; Seiz= Seizures; CST= corticospinal tract involvement; HA= headaches; HAI= history of autoimmune diseases; HHM= history of hematological malignancies; HSeiz= history of seizures; Agit= agitation; Agueus= ageusia; Anos= anosmia; Conf= Confusion; Consc= disturbance of consciousness