Journal article

HIV-associated brain pathology: a comparative international study.

J Davies, IP Everall, S Weich, J Glass, LR Sharer, ES Cho, JE Bell, C Majteny, F Gray, F Scaravilli, PL Lantos

Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol | Published : 1998


Little is known about the frequency and variation of HIV-associated brain pathology in different geographical centres. To assess whether there is an association between the frequency of disease and demographic factors we examined the neuropathological findings in four European and two American cities. The cities included London, Edinburgh, Paris, Budapest, Baltimore and Newark. Information was collected on a total of 1144 cases. HIV encephalitis was the most common observation in all the centres. although its frequency varied between them (P < 0.01). Furthermore, there were significant differences (P < 0.001) between the various categories of exposure and the frequency of HIV encephalitis in..

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