Adverse Event Categories
(Catégories d’ Événements Indésirables)

Below you will find a list of published papers from various medical journals which describe the research and findings in relation to Covid-19 Inoculation.


Adenopathy is any disease or inflammation that involves glandular tissue or lymph nodes. The term is usually used to refer to lymphadenopathy or swollen lymph nodes.

Adverse reactions surveillance:

Allergic and Anaphylactic Reactions: (biphasic) (Pseudo) (prolonged) (sex diff.) (allergies) (Moderna) (cholinergic urticaria)

ANCA glomerulonephritis:

ANCA glomerulonephritis and vasculitis are rare autoimmune diseases, meaning that the body’s own immune system injures its cells and tissues. Vasculitis is a disorder where there is destruction of blood vessels by inflammation that affects both arteries and veins. Glomerulonephritis is a kind of kidney disease caused by inflammation in the glomeruli (the small blood vessels) in the kidneys.

Aphasia (speech):



Autoimmune Disease:


Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia(red blood cells):

BCG scar reactivation:


Bell’s Palsy:

Bell's palsy is an unexplained episode of facial muscle weakness or paralysis. It begins suddenly and worsens over 48 hours. This condition results from damage to the facial nerve (the 7th cranial nerve). Pain and discomfort usually occur on one side of the face or head. Bell's palsy can strike anyone at any age.

Bilateral facial palsy:

Bilateral facial palsy, AKA Facial Diplegia, is defined as facial paralysis or paresis affection both sides of the face, with onset being either completely simultaneous or the second side being affected within 30 days of the first side. (with acute demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy)

Bilateral uveitis:

HLA-B27–associated uveitis is most often characterized by recurrent anterior ocular inflammation in one eye at a time. Bilateral simultaneous disease is much less common and behaves differently from unilateral disease, with fewer recurrences.

“Breakthrough” infections:


Bursitis is inflammation of a bursa. A bursa is a closed, fluid-filled sac that works as a cushion and gliding surface to reduce friction between tissues of the body. The major bursae (this is the plural of bursa) are located next to the tendons near the large joints, such as in the shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees.

Cancer Post Inoculation:

Capillary Leak Syndrome:

Central Nervous System:

Chickenpox (Varicella-Zoster):

Children: Seriousness of disease and safety concerns (Infection and Inoculation):

Deaths associated with Inoculation: (post Mortem investigation) (Brain) (thrombocytopenia) (cerebral) (post-mortem, thrombosis) (VITT) (

Depression post inoculation:


DNA damage:

Effectiveness of Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines:

Effectiveness of covid-19 inoculation following cardiothoracic transplant:

Effectiveness after stem cell transplant:


"Encephalopathy" means damage or disease that affects the brain. It happens when there's been a change in the way your brain works or a change in your body that affects your brain. Those changes lead to an altered mental state, leaving you confused and not acting like you usually do.

Encephalitis (Autoimmune):

Encephalitis is inflammation of the brain. There are several causes, including viral infection, autoimmune inflammation, bacterial infection, insect bites and others. Sometimes there is no known cause.



(with central retinal vein inclusion)



Graves' Disease:

Facial Diplegia:

Facial Nerve Palsy:

Guillain-Barré syndrome:

 Guillain-Barré (Ghee-YAN Bah-RAY) syndrome (GBS) happens when a person's own immune system harms their body's nerves. This harm causes muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis.

Hailey-Hailey Disease:

Hair Loss:

Headache following inoculation:

Heart Lesion Test (PULS):

The PULS Cardiac Test is a blood test that identifies people who are seemingly healthy, but who have a high risk of Heart Disease. The test detects the early stages of Heart Disease. by detecting the initial arterial or endothelial injury. leading to unstable cardiac lesion rupture

Hearing Lost:

hematuria (blood in urine):

Hematuria is the presence of blood in a person's urine. Gross hematuria is when a person can see the blood in his or her urine, and microscopic hematuria is when a person cannot see the blood in his or her urine, yet a health care professional can see it under a microscope.



Henoch-Schönlein Purpura:

Henoch-Schonlein purpura (also known as IgA vasculitis) is a disorder that causes the small blood vessels in your skin, joints, intestines and kidneys to become inflamed and bleed. The most striking feature of this form of vasculitis is a purplish rash, typically on the lower legs and buttocks.


Hepatitis is a general term used to describe inflammation of the liver. Liver inflammation can be caused by several viruses (viral hepatitis), chemicals, drugs, alcohol, certain genetic disorders or by an overactive immune system that mistakenly attacks the liver, called autoimmune hepatitis.


any of a group of viral diseases caused by herpes viruses, affecting the skin (often with blisters) or the nervous system.


 In genetics, the production of identical or similar phenotypes by different genetic mechanisms. A phenotype resembling a known phenotype but determined by a different genetic mechanism is called a genocopy or genetic mimic.

Hesitancy and Acceptance of mRna Inoculation:

History of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and allergy to PEG-asparaginase:

Acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow.

Inoculation for people with pre-existing conditions:

(coagulation problems)


Kidney Necrosis:

Acute tubular necrosis is a condition that causes the lack of oxygen and blood flow to the kidneys, damaging them. Tube-shaped structures in the kidneys, called tubules, filter out waste products and fluid. These structures are damaged in acute tubular necrosis.

Kounis Syndrome:

Kounis syndrome is the concurrence of acute coronary syndromes with conditions associated

with mast cell activation, such as allergies or hypersensitivity and anaphylactic or anaphylactoid insults that can involve other interrelated and interacting inflammatory cells behaving as a 'ball of thread'.

Limb ischemia (blood blockage):

blockage in the arteries of the lower extremities, which markedly reduces blood-flow. It is a serious form of peripheral arterial disease, or PAD, but less common than claudication.


Lobar Hemorrhage:

A lobar hemorrhage occurs when there is bleeding into a lobe of the cerebrum.

Longitudinal extensive transverse myelitis:

Longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis (LETM) is a neurological condition characterised by a contiguous inflammatory lesion of the spinal cord. LETM is often associated with the autoimmune central nervous system disease neuromyelitis optica (NMO) and rarely with multiple sclerosis.




 Lymphadenitis is the medical term for enlargement in one or more lymph nodes, usually due to infection. Lymph nodes are filled with white blood cells that help your body fight infections. When lymph nodes become infected, it's usually because an infection started somewhere else in your body. 





Miller-Fisher Syndrome:

Miller Fisher syndrome is a rare, acquired nerve disease that is considered to be a variant of Guillain-Barré syndrome. It is characterized by abnormal muscle coordination, paralysis of the eye muscles, and absence of the tendon reflexes.

Movement Disorder:

Multiple Sclerosis (MS):

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome:

MIS is a rare but serious condition associated with COVID-19 in which different body parts become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs.


inflammation of the spinal cord.


Myocardial Infarction (Heart attack):


A rare condition in which the heart muscle becomes thick and inflamed and may also become weak.


 A rare condition in which the heart muscle becomes thick and inflamed and may also become weak.

Myositis is an inflammation or swelling of the muscles. It is most often caused by injury, infection, medicines, or an autoimmune disorder.

Nephrotic Syndrome:
Nephrotic syndrome is a group of symptoms that indicate your kidneys are not working properly. These symptoms include. too much protein in your urine, called proteinuria. low levels of a protein called albumin in your blood, called hypoalbuminemia. swelling in parts of your body, called edema.

Nephropathy is a medical term for kidney disease. The type of kidney disease caused by diabetes is called diabetic nephropathy.


an inflammatory or degenerative lesion of a nerve marked especially by pain, sensory disturbances, and impaired or lost reflexes.

Neurologic Phantosmia:
Qualitative olfactory dysfunctions, such as parosmia and phantosmia, may be clinical conditions secondary to neurological diseases. The incidence of parosmia is underestimated, as well as its association with neurological diseases, due to poor self-reporting of patients and lack of objective methods for its measure.

Neurological Complications:


A nerve problem that causes pain, numbness, tingling, swelling, or muscle weakness in different parts of the body. It usually begins in the hands or feet and gets worse over time.

Neuromyelitis Optica:

Neuromyelitis optica (NMO), also known as Devic's disease, is a rare condition where the immune system damages the spinal cord and the nerves of the eyes (optic nerves). NMO can affect anyone at any age, but it's more common in women than men.

New-Onset Disease:


Organ rejection post inoculation:

Pathophysiological alterations:



Perimyocarditis is an acute inflammation of the pericardium and the underlying myocardium resulting in myocellular damage. It is usually asymptomatic with complete resolution in most cases. It can however lead to fulminant cardiac failure resulting in death or requiring cardiac transplantation.


An olfactory hallucination (phantosmia) makes you detect smells that aren't really present in your environment. The odors detected in phantosmia vary from person to person and may be foul or pleasant. They can occur in one or both nostrils.


An inflammatory disease of small arteries and veins (vasculitis) that classically involves vessels supplying the tissues of the lungs, nasal passages (sinuses), and kidneys.

Polyarthralgia and Myalgia Syndrome:

 is a medical condition where pain occurs in several joints of the body.

Pregnancy and inoculation:


Pulmonary Embolism:

Pulmonary embolism (PE) occurs when a blood clot gets stuck in an artery in the lung, blocking blood flow to part of the lung. Blood clots most often start in the legs and travel up through the right side of the heart and into the lungs. This is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Purpura Annularis Telangiectodes:

purpura annularis telangiectodes is a pigmented, purpuric eruption that occurs most commonly in adolescents and young adults. The disease is characterized by symmetrical, purpuric, telangiectatic, and atrophic patches, with a predilection for the lower extremities and buttocks.

Recurrence of Myopericarditis:

Retinal Hemorrhage:


Safety, Efficacy, Immunogenicity:

Severe Adverse Event group studies:

Skin Reaction:

Spectrum of Suspected Cardiomyopathy:

Splenic Infarction:

Socio-Economic Side Effects:


Still’s Disease:


Sweet Syndrome:

Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome:

Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy:

T-Cells (with CD8):




Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome:


Type I Interferons:



Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease: