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by Serge Weis,Hanns Hippius

eBook HIV-1 Infection of the Central Nervous System: Clinical, Pathological and Molecular Aspects epub
  • ISBN: 3801706559
  • Author: Serge Weis,Hanns Hippius
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers (October 1992)
  • Pages: 345 pages
  • ePUB size: 1434 kb
  • FB2 size 1588 kb
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HIV-1 Infection of the Central Nervous System Clinical, Pathological, and . Morphometric aspects of the brain in HIV-1 infection S. Weis.

HIV-1 Infection of the Central Nervous System Clinical, Pathological, and Molecular Aspects. Preface Table of contents Contributors. V VII IX. HIV-1 related central nervous System manifestations K. M. Einhäupl, E. S c h i e l k e, i n Cooperation with H. W. Pfister. 1. Magnetic resonance evaluation of the brain in HIV-1 infection: present Status and perspectives A. Villringer, E. S c h i e l k e, C. Trenkwalder, K. Einhäupl.

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Andreas Büttner, MD, and Serge Weis, MD. CONTENTS. We report the results of a clinical, and pathological study conducted in 18 AIDS patients presenting a distal symmetrical predominantly sensory polyneuropathy (DSPN) characterized by painful dysesthesias as main complaint. Onset of the neuropathy was at CDC (Center for Disease Control) stage II in 2 patients, at CDC stage III in 5 patients and at CDC stage IV in the remainder.

In:Weis S, Hippius H (eds) HIV-1 Infection of the Central Nervous System. Clinical, Pathological, and Molecular Aspects. Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, Seattle, 1992, pp 159–190Google Scholar. 3. DeAngelis LM: Primary brain tumors in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Curr Opin Neurol 8: 419–423, 1995PubMedGoogle Scholar. 4. Gildenberg PL, Langford L, Kim JH, Trujillo R: Stereotactic biopsy in cerebral lesions of AIDS. Acta Neurochir 59(suppl): 68–70, 1993Google Scholar.

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There is a consensus of opinion that central nervous system (CNS) involvement takes .

There is a consensus of opinion that central nervous system (CNS) involvement takes place in a large proportion of patients with the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). We conclude that HIV-1 is present in the brains of HIV-1 infected individuals at early stages of the infection and that HIV-1 induces brain damage in a direct as well as indirect way. This is a worrying conclusion which makes it mandatory to reconsider the time at which treatment must be applied in HIV-1 infection.

author {Andreas Buettner and Parviz Mehraein and Serge Weis}, journal . HIV-1 infection of the central nervous system. Clinical, pathological and molecular aspects. Morphometric aspects of the brain in HIV - 1 infection.

author {Andreas Buettner and Parviz Mehraein and Serge Weis}, journal {Acta Neuropathologica}, year {1996}, volume {92}, pages {35-41} }. Andreas Buettner, Parviz Mehraein, Serge Weis. Abstract In human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV-1)-infected patients, a hypoperfusion is seen by SPECT analyses in different brain regions but a specific pattern for the predominance of a specific brain region has not been found.

A feature of the HIV epidemic is currently a large number of comorbid and severe forms of the disease, with frequent involvement in the pathological . Lesions of the Central nervous system in HIV infection

A feature of the HIV epidemic is currently a large number of comorbid and severe forms of the disease, with frequent involvement in the pathological process of the brain. Methods of in vivo verification of brain damage in clinical practice is sufficient, but in some cases they are limited by financial availability and time factor. Correct and timely deciphering of the nature of brain damage is necessary for the choice of treatment tactics, and as a consequence, reducing mortality. Lesions of the Central nervous system in HIV infection.

This book is part of the Aminoff series on neurological themes. The bacterial infections adds to the series a fantastic and "must have" work. It just have everything you should know about with plenty citations up to date.

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