HIV Neurology by Bruce James BrewHIV Neurology by Bruce James Brew

HIV Neurology

byBruce James Brew

Hardcover | April 15, 2001

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This text provides a clinical framework for the diagnosis and management of more than seventy potential neurological complications that may occur in the HIV infected patient. The clinical framework is designed to be "user friendly" so that even the most inexperienced clinician should be ableto arrive at the correct diagnosis. The neurological complications of HIV disease have considerably changed in the last decade. Not only have more opportunistic conditions been described but other complications arising from antiretroviral drugs such as lipodystrophy and accelerated atherosclerosishave become problematic. Moreover, the pattern of complications has altered. Diseases such as cerebral toxoplasmosis, AIDS dementia complex and primary central nervous system lymphoma are now becoming uncommon to rare while peripheral neuropathy is becoming increasingly common. In line with thesechanges, there have been very significant advances in the therapy of HIV disease in general and in neurological complications in particular. Patients with AIDS dementia complex now have a variety of antiretroviral and adjuvant drugs available to them in contrast to the situation only five years agowhere therapy was confined to two antiretroviral drugs at best.
Bruce James Brew is at St. Vincent's Hospital.
Title:HIV NeurologyFormat:HardcoverPublished:April 15, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195133633

ISBN - 13:9780195133639


Editorial Reviews

"This book provides a very good presentation of the clinical approach to the neurologic complications of HIV infection. It should appeal particularly to physicians who treat patients with AIDS and who seek a thoughtful, well-reasoned, and concise treatise."--New England Journal ofMedicine