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Although cognitive dysfunction is a common finding in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) its pathogenesis remains controversial. Given the involvement of the hippocampal formation in the processing of cognitive information and the scarcity of quantitative studies in this brain region, we have examined, using stereological methods, the(More)
U MAR AIDS-associated Kaposi sarcoma Kaposi's sarcoma is the most common neoplasm in AIDS patients. In a 12-year period, 45 (8) cases were diagnosed in 552 patients with AIDS. Epidemiological and clinical aspects are reviewed. The disease occurred predominantly in males and homosexuals. In 30 (67%) patients it was the first manifestation ofAIDS. Skin and/or(More)
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