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Coronavirus autopsies: A story of 38 brains, 87 lungs and 42 hearts

When pathologist Amy Rapkiewicz began the grim process of opening up the coronavirus dead to learn how their bodies went awry, she found damage to the lungs, kidneys and liver consistent with what doctors had reported for months.But something was off.Rapkiewicz, who directs autopsies at NYU Langone Health, noticed that some organs had far too…