Published in AIDS Weekly, May 20th, 1996
In the current issue of Neurology (Neurology 1996;46:1163-1165), they described a case of a 24-year old Swedish man who was known to be HIV positive for four years. He developed HIV encephalitis and presented with acute encephalopathy and generalized chorea.
Dr. B.V. Gallo said HIV encephalitis was "... unique in the rapidity of its course and its association with severe generalized choreodystonia."
The patient presented to the emergency room...
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