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Is Brain Lesion Connected With Hiv

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Brain Lesions

Dear Doc, Wondering if you could provide me with some information. First let me preface saying that if i've misposted this question to wrong category please feel free to foward it appropriately. That said a slight amount of background I have always...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...can cause some central nervous system side effects (such as efavirenz). Other HIV medications may not penetrate well into the brain so that there is a concern about a disconnect between doing well in the blood regions (good blood results) and... Read more »

Brain Lesion- medicine related?

Hi, I live in Boston and had an MRI at my hospital that showed a lesion in the corpus coll. The... Read more »

Brain Lesions

Two years ago I was diagnosed with HIV and brain lesions. Eventually the brain lesion cause my... Read more »
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Cancers

...unchecked growth of lymph node cells that may spread to other organs (especially to the bone marrow). Lymphoma that spreads to the brain or spinal chord it is called central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma. The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) may play a... Read more »
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HIV and the Brain

... Table of Contents Introduction HIV-Associated Brain Problems Diagnosing MCMD and HAD Treatment for MCMD and HAD Help for Memory Problems Taking Care of Yourself Read more »
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...fight off invading germs to keep the body healthy. The "T" cells (also referred to as "T4," "helper-T," or "CD4" cells) are the brains of the operation. These white blood cells identify invaders and give orders to soldier-type cells, which then... Read more »
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Molluscum

... What Is Molluscum? Molluscum contagiosum is a skin infection. It is caused by a virus. Molluscum causes small bumps (lesions) to appear on the skin. Most of them are less than half an inch in diameter. They have a hard white core. Some... Read more »
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brain lesion

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...speech, walking, writing and bacically have blurred vision in 98 i had a spinal tap which was negative for jc virus i then had a brain biopsy whitch was neg so i dont have pml but i still have the lesion and neurological deficeits and now am at a... Read more »

lesiones cutaneas

Posted by tronco2
...alguien me puede decir de que manera se presentan las lesiones cutaneas? gracias. Read more »

KS lesions

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...Does anyone know if KS lesions appear and disappear spontaneously? I noticed a red-purple mark(looks like little blood blisters) on my leg less than one/half Read more »

Oral Lesions

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...3 months after possible exposure i have a small hard bump on the roof of my mouth. Is this common with HIV symptoms? Read more »