Maarten H Kiel

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During the clinical latency phase of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease the central nervous system may be infected and begin to manifest subtle dysfunction. Our early investigations demonstrated persistent alterations in the sleep architecture of HIV-infected asymptomatic men. The major aims of this study were to delineate alterations of sleep(More)
We describe a patient with frontometaphyseal dysplasia (FMD), restrictive chest bellows disease, hypercapnic respiratory failure, and cor pulmonale. Treatment with intermittent supplemental oxygen, nocturnal nasal volume ventilation, and posture modification was successful in partial resolution of chronic hypoventilation and excessive daytime somnolence.
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