Some who suffer from long Covid have developed abnormalities in their lungs that cannot be detected with routine tests, a study has discovered.
The odourless, colourless, tasteless and chemically non-reactive gas behaves similarly to oxygen, allowing radiologists to track its movement from the lungs and into the bloodstream.
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