|Affecting central nervous system (CNS)
Oct 26, 2000
How does the HIV affects the CNS? which are the symptoms? thanks
Response from Dr. Boyle
HIV can affect the central nervous system (CNS) in many ways, both directly and by causing poor immune function which allows other pathogens or diseases to do damage. This can lead to many, many symptoms and problems including dementia, meningitis, loss of strength or sensation to certain parts of the body, loss of consciousness and death. For more details, you can read about this on this website. BB
Brian Boyle, M.D., J.D.
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