Patterns of relative cerebral blood flow in minor cognitive motor disorder in human immunodeficiency virus infection.

Abstract

Individuals infected with HIV are at risk to develop cognitive impairment during the course of their disease. Although many patients develop an HIV-associated dementia, others may develop the less severe minor cognitive motor disorder (MCMD). In this study, relative cerebral blood flow was measured with PET imaging in HIV+ MCMD patients, HIV+ control… (More)

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