Cognitive change trajectories in virally suppressed HIV-infected individuals indicate high prevalence of disease activity

@inproceedings{Gott2017CognitiveCT,
  title={Cognitive change trajectories in virally suppressed HIV-infected individuals indicate high prevalence of disease activity},
  author={Chloe Gott and Thomas Munro Gates and Nadene Dermody and B J Brew and Lucette A. Cysique},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND The longitudinal rate and profile of cognitive decline in persons with stable, treated, and virally suppressed HIV infection is not established. To address this question, the current study quantifies the rate of cognitive decline in a cohort of virally suppressed HIV+ persons using clinically relevant definitions of decline, and determine cognitive trajectories taking into account historical and baseline HAND status. METHODS Ninety-six HIV+ (clinically stable and virally… CONTINUE READING