Neurological Complications of HIV and AIDS
W.B. Saunders, 1997 - Medical - 202 pages
HIV affects the nervous system in many ways - appearing to penetrate the system early and rarely produce clinical manifestations. It is most often at the stage of profound immuno-depression that neurological complications develop. This volume provides a guide to the management of these problems.
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Neoplasms of the nervous system
Opportunistic infections of the central nervous system
Spinal cord disorders in AIDS
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