Association of baseline neuropsychological function and progression of illness over 4 years in HIV-seropositive individuals.

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The authors conducted a study to examine the association between neuropsychological markers of central nervous system impairment and systemic human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease progression in a sample of 64 HIV-positive asymptomatic patients who were followed for a median of 45.6 months. Patients with poorer baseline scores on the Halstead-Reitan… (More)

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@article{Silberstein1993AssociationOB, title={Association of baseline neuropsychological function and progression of illness over 4 years in HIV-seropositive individuals.}, author={Claudia Silberstein and Mariana O'Dowd and E E Schoenbaum and G. H. Friedland and P Chartock and C J Feiner and F. Patrick Mckegney}, journal={Psychosomatics}, year={1993}, volume={34 6}, pages={502-5} }