Mar 15, 2001
In a recent answer you said that symptoms of distal neuropathy rarely show up in the acute stage. I've seen research which says it happens up to 10-15 of the time. Why the difference?
| Response from Dr. Henry
Persistent distal neuropathy is not a common manifestation of HIV seroconversion in my experience. Transient neurologic problems are more commonly seen which generaly resolve. KH
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