The clinical spectrum and pathogenesis of HIV encephalopathy, myelopathy, and peripheral neuropathy.

  • B J Brew
  • Published 1994 in Current opinion in neurology


Human immunodeficiency virus infection commonly affects the nervous system, with the most important features being a dementing illness, a myelopathy, and a neuropathy. In the past year, important advances have been made in the epidemiology and treatment of these conditions. Moreover, a better understanding of the pathogenetic mechanisms has emerged, with… (More)


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