Patterns of cerebral atrophy in HIV-1-infected individuals: results of a quantitative MRI analysis.

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Cerebral atrophy is a common radiologic manifestation of HIV dementia. To evaluate the relationship between cognitive impairment and cerebral atrophy, adjusting for age and immune status, we used standardized planimetry to measure the ventricle-brain ratio (VBR) and the bifrontal (BFR) and bicaudate (BCR) ratios, three measures of cerebral atrophy. We… (More)

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@article{Pan1992PatternsOC, title={Patterns of cerebral atrophy in HIV-1-infected individuals: results of a quantitative MRI analysis.}, author={Gerald J Dal Pan and Julie H McArthur and Elizabeth H. Aylward and Ola A. Selnes and T E Nance-Sproson and Anup Kumar and E. David Mellits and Justin C. Mcarthur}, journal={Neurology}, year={1992}, volume={42 11}, pages={2125-30} }