Published in AIDS Weekly, April 10th, 2000
This statement was made based on a study performed at the University of Munster in Germany on 670 HIV+ patients in CDC stages 1-3 who were admitted to the neurological outpatient clinic.
"Neurophysiological investigations were performed on the sural and eroneal nerve for detection of axonal and myelin lesions," said I.W. Husstedt et al.
Study results indicated that distal symmetric polyneuropathy symptoms were present in CDC stage 1 and 3 patients at...
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