1. Blood clots in the lung may be a major cause of COVID-19 deaths  The Hindu
  2. COVID-19 Damages Lungs Differently Than Flu: Study  MedicineNet
  3. Blood Vessels in Lungs Split in Response to COVID-19  WebMD
  4. Inflamed brains, toe rashes, strokes: Why COVID-19's weirdest symptoms are only emerging now  msnNOW
  5. 'Distinct features of deceased COVID-19 patients' lungs revealed'  Deccan Herald
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Many infected patients had elevated levels of a marker of thrombosis in blood vesselsMany infected patients had elevated levels of a marker of thrombosis in blood vessels

Blood clots in the lung may be a major cause of COVID-19 deaths - The Hindu

These symptoms sound scary, but they should be expected. Here's what scientists know about the new effects of the coronavirus.

Inflamed brains, toe rashes, strokes: Why COVID-19's weirdest symptoms are only emerging now

A new autopsy study that investigated lung changes in response to COVID-19 down to the genetic and molecular levels has revealed startling new details about damage from the infection.A new autopsy study that investigated lung changes in response to COVID-19 down to the genetic and molecular levels has revealed startling new details about damage from the infection.

Blood Vessels in Lungs Split in Response to COVID-19

“A month ago today President Trump suggested on national television that COVID-19 could be treated by injecting poisonous disinfectants into the lungs of sick people.”

Rep. Don Beyer on Twitter: "A month ago today President Trump suggested on national television that COVID-19 could be treated by injecting poisonous disinfectants into the lungs of sick people."

“COVID-19 can kill only those whose IMMUNE SYSTEM is comprised n they have some other health issues like heart problem, kidney problem, lung problem etc. COVID-19 can’t harm a person who is healthy. But yes, we all should take good care of ourselves as well as people around us.”

KRK on Twitter: "COVID-19 can kill only those whose IMMUNE SYSTEM is comprised n they have some other health issues like heart problem, kidney problem, lung problem etc. COVID-19 can’t harm a person who is healthy. But yes, we all should take good care of ourselves as well as people around us."

“If you have chronic lung disease or asthma, you are at higher risk for getting seriously ill from #coronavirus. Learn how you can take steps to protect yourself and slow the spread at https://t.co/AQNIXXH240. #COVID19”

Dr. Robert R. Redfield on Twitter: "If you have chronic lung disease or asthma, you are at higher risk for getting seriously ill from #coronavirus. Learn how you can take steps to protect yourself and slow the spread at https://t.co/AQNIXXH240. #COVID19… https://t.co/w5GapcTgpJ"

“A Nurse With One Lung Had COVID-19. Other Nurses Saved Her. https://t.co/R3i9hcO3oy by @loganjaffe”

Charles Ornstein on Twitter: "A Nurse With One Lung Had COVID-19. Other Nurses Saved Her. https://t.co/R3i9hcO3oy by @loganjaffe"

Scientists have described the clinical features of the lungs of those who died due to COVID-19, findings which shed more light on the course of the novel coronavirus infection, and may help discover new drugs against the disease. Follow latest updates on the COVID-19 pandemic hereScientists have described the clinical features of the lungs of those who died due to COVID-19, findings which shed more light on the course of the novel coronavirus infection, and may help discover

'Distinct features of deceased COVID-19 patients' lungs revealed' | Deccan Herald

Researchers who examined the lungs of patients killed by COVID-19 found evidence that it attacks the lining of blood vessels there, a critical difference from the lungs of people who died of the flu, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine.Researchers who examined the lungs of patients killed by COVID-19 found evidence that it attacks the lining of blood vessels there, a critical difference from the lungs of people who died of the flu, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine.

More evidence emerges on why COVID-19 is so much worse than the flu

LOS ANGELES - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday found increasing evidence that points to the severity of COVID-19 over the seasonal flu.LOS ANGELES - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday found increasing evidence that points to the severity of COVID-19 over the seasonal flu. Researchers examined seven lungs from patients who died of COVID-19 and compared them with seven lungs from patients who died of pneumonia caused by the flu. They also examined 10 uninfected lungs matched by age and used as a means of experiment control.

Study finds COVID-19 attacks lining of blood vessels in lungs, causes microscopic blood clots | Q13 FOX News

Autopsies of several people who died of COVID-19 confirmed what doctors have seen: The virus is really tough on the lungs.Autopsies of several people who died of COVID-19 confirmed what doctors have seen: The virus is really tough on the lungs.

More evidence emerges on why coronavirus is so much worse than the flu | The Seattle Times

According to the study, both SARS-CoV-2 and H1N1 are the same category of virus, and both infect the respiratory tract.According to the study, both SARS-CoV-2 and H1N1 are the same category of virus, and both infect the respiratory tract.

Deceased Covid-19 Patients' Lung Blood Vessels Have Distinct Feature: Scientists