CCP Virus: Autopsy Findings of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Patients

Once the CCP virus infects the body, it begins to cause more severe disease by attacking other organs that have ACE2 receptors including heart muscle, kidneys, blood vessels, liver, and the brain.

Early findings, including those from multiple autopsies and biopsy reports, show that viral particles can be found not only in the nasal passages and throat, but also in tears, stool, kidneys, liver, pancreas, and heart. One case report found evidence of viral particles in the CSF, meaning the fluid around the brain. That patient had meningitis.

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May. 22, 2020