Oct 27, 2002
Is HIV related PN always symmetrical, occuring on both sides of the body (feet in this case) simultaneaously?
Response from Dr. Henry
HIV related peripheral nervous system involvement runs a wide spectrum of manifestations. Symmetrical involvement is common but is not always the case-isolated asymmetric neuropathy is can also be seen. KH
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