Published in AIDS Weekly, August 12th, 1996
Drs. J.F. Hermieu and colleagues at Bichat Hospital in Paris, France, prospectively studied 39 HIV positive patients who had symptoms of micturition disturbances that included straining, urinary retention, frequency and urgency. After a thorough evaluation of the urogenital tract and nervous system, they found that the "cause of the voiding disorder was neurological in 61.5 percent of the cases." Cerebral toxoplasmosis and HIV encephalitis...
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