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Pleuritis is inflammation around the lining of the lungs, and has been found in some Long COVID patients.[1]

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Long COVID[edit | edit source]

Pleuritis is a recognized symptom in Long COVID and may cause shortness of breath (breathlessness).[1]

Possible causes[edit | edit source]

Possible treatments[edit | edit source]

Colchicine is being investigated as a possible treatment for Long COVID patients with pleuritis.[1]

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