Controversies in HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders

@article{Nightingale2014ControversiesIH,
  title={Controversies in HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders},
  author={Sam Nightingale and A Thomas Winston and Scott Letendre and Benedict Daniel Michael and Tom Solomon},
  journal={The Lancet Neurology},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={1139-1151}
}
Cross-sectional studies show that around half of individuals infected with HIV-1 have some degree of cognitive impairment despite the use of antiretroviral drugs. However, prevalence estimates vary depending on the population and methods used to assess cognitive impairment. Whether asymptomatic patients would benefit from routine screening for cognitive difficulties is unclear and the appropriate screening method and subsequent management is the subject of debate. In some patients, HIV-1 RNA… CONTINUE READING
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