Neuropathology of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.


The nervous system is involved in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) by infections and infestations, by neoplasms, and by several diseases of uncertain pathogenesis. The most common pathological abnormalities are the changes associated with the HIV agent itself, the 'HIV subacute encephalitis'; the most specific change is demyelination with… (More)


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@article{Gonzales1988NeuropathologyOA, title={Neuropathology of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.}, author={Michael Gonzales and Richard Davis}, journal={Neuropathology and applied neurobiology}, year={1988}, volume={14 5}, pages={345-63} }