Factors associated with neuropsychological performance in HIV-seropositive subjects without AIDS.
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Jan 01, 2000
Our results suggest that although cognitive impairment is not characteristic of early HIV infection, there is a subgroup of subjects who perform more poorly than expected. A lower reserve capacity, older age and not being on zidovudine treatment are factors that lower the threshold for neuropsychological abnormalities in cases of early HIV infection.
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