[Morphologic diagnosis of a seronegative case of HIV-infection].

Abstract

Morphological diagnosis is described of a seronegative case of HIV-infection resulting in AIDS-dementia and development of a generalized herpes and aspergillosis. The presence of HIV-antigens in the central nervous system and the spleen histologic sections confirmed morphological diagnosis.

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@article{Nedzved1995MorphologicDO, title={[Morphologic diagnosis of a seronegative case of HIV-infection].}, author={M. K. Nedz'ved' and Vladimir F Eremin and I. I. Protas and B F Pochevym}, journal={Arkhiv patologii}, year={1995}, volume={57 4}, pages={80-3} }