P Mas Morey

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Clinical and pathological evidence of subcortical central nervous system (CNS) damage is observed commonly in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) encephalitis. Whether other CNS regions are also affected has not been well studied. We report neocortical damage in patients with HIV encephalitis. Using quantitative techniques, we demonstrate(More)
Previous neuropathological and morphometric studies of the cerebral cortex of patients with human immunodeficiency virus encephalitis (HIVE) have shown a decrease in the population of large neurons, moderate loss in synaptophysin immunoreactivity, and pathological changes in dendrites. To further characterize and quantify alterations in the dendritic tree(More)
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