Dr Bushara Gohar Shah, Dr Ayesha Khalid, Asad Javed
Objective: In this systematic assessment, we determine the involvement of central nervous system (CNS) in Covid-19 affected patients and COVID-19 infected patients were evaluated for neurological manifestation. Methods: Scopus and MEDLINE (access from PubMed) systematically searched the relevant articles from December 1, 2019 to March 26, 2020. The subsequent exploration policy was implemented in both electronic databases and these keywords (title / summary) were used: "COVID 19 Coronavirus AND "CNS" OR ""brain" neurological" manifestation. Results: we were able to classify 2 articles on the neurological envelopment of COVID19 by the search tactic. One of these studies was a description analysis, the viewpoint of the Covid-19 was the other study. Though, the writers scanned the available studies reference lists and were able to classify many references. One analysis examined the COVID-19 neurological manifestation and documented CNS symptoms in twenty five percent of the cases. Maximum revisions have generally deal with COVID-19 manifestations. Conclusion: Although COVID-19 neurological symptoms have not been adequately investigated, some of these patients, especially those with severe disease, probably have neurological symptoms and CNS envelopment. Accurate and detailed certification of electrophysiological evaluation and clinical neurological manifestation of subjects, an attempt to segregate SARS-CoV-2 from CSF, and the role of COVID-19 victims proved in autopsies that causes neurological symptoms Key words: CNV, COVID-19 manifestation, Neurological involvement, systemic review.