Case Report/Case SeriesCOVID-19 Associated With Encephalitis Case Report and Review of LiteratureMeshref, Mostafa MSc*; Hewila, Ibrahim M. MSc*; Abdel Mageed, Sarah MSc†; Morra, Mostafa E. MBBS‡ Author Information *AlAzhar University ‡Faculty of Medicine, AlAzhar University, Cairo the †Internal Medicine Department, Tanta University Hospitals, Tanta, Egypt All the methods were performed in accordance with the relevant approved guidelines, regulations, and declaration of Helsinki. Written informed consent was obtained from the patient to have her details and accompanying images published. The authors declare no conflict of interest. Correspondence to: Mostafa E. Morra, MBBS, Faculty of Medicine, AlAzhar University, Cairo 11884, Egypt. E-mails: [email protected]; [email protected]. The Neurologist 26(6):p 268-270, November 2021. | DOI: 10.1097/NRL.0000000000000347 Buy Metrics Abstract Introduction: Neurological problems may be part of severe and early course of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). COVID-19 associated encephalitis as an evident etiology of altered consciousness has been rarely reported in the literature. Case Report: A case of 66-year-old female presented with classic COVID-19 symptoms and associated diabetic ketoacidosis. Although diabetic ketoacidosis was managed, the patient had persistent impaired level of consciousness with recurrent attacks of left focal fits because of COVID-19-associated encephalitis. However, the patient has markedly improved after recovering from COVID-19. Conclusion: Neurologists should be involved in the evaluation and management of COVID-19 patients who present with associated neurological problems. Copyright © 2021 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.