symptoms due to neurologic manifestations of acute infection
Mar 27, 1997
Hello Could you explain the term " symptoms due to neurologic manifestations of acute infection". Just curious.
Response from Dr. Cohen
Some people develop neurologic symptoms during the acute retroviral syndrome (primary HIV infection, occurring a few weeks after infection). For example, aseptic meningitis can occur, which would present with fever and headache and perhaps stiff neck. Those would be "symptoms due to neurologic manifestations of acute infection."
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