Published in AIDS Weekly, November 20th, 2000
"[Our purpose was] to describe the association of plasma cell granuloma in an HIV patient presenting as transverse myelitis," reported Alejandro Betancourt and colleagues from the University of Puerto Rico. "A 44-year-old male, with a history of intravenous drug use of many years, diagnosed with HIV disease in 1995 and followed outside the Veterans Administration (VA), taking no medications, presented to the VA with difficulty walking."
Betancourt et al. presented the case study at the 38th annual meeting of the Infectious...
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