Italian Neurosurgeon Who Operated on Covid Vaccine Victim Says “Never Seen Anything Like This”
An Italian neurosurgeon who operated on an 18-year-old girl who died after receiving a Covid vaccine claimed he’d never worked on a brain so severely and uncontrollably inflamed.
18-year-old Sestri Levante resident Camilla Canepa received the AstraZeneca vaccine on an “open day” on May 25.
By June 3, she was admitted to an emergency room suffering a headache and photophobia, or extreme sensitivity to light. A CT scan failed to find evidence of a thrombosis and Canepa was discharged.
Canepa returned to the emergency room on June 5 suffering “motor deficits,” according to Italy24News.com.
Once the thrombosis was discovered, Canepa was transferred to San Martino Hospital in Genova where surgeon Alessandro d’Andrea diagnosed the issue.
Speaking to Italian media Il Piccolo, Gianluigi Zona, the director of the neurological and neuro-traumatological clinic of the San Martino hospital, described being baffled by the severe thrombosis seen in images of Canepa’s brain.
“I am not a virologist or an epidemiologist or a coroner but, in the face of the picture I saw in that girl’s head, it is clear that we are dealing with something not normal,” Zona described.
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