Published in AIDS Weekly, January 12th, 2009
"The following groups of variables were assessed: sociodemographic data, medical antecedents, clinical presentation, imaging study results, analyses. cerebrospinal fluid microbiology, treatment, and Outcome. Twenty-nine cases were included. Median of age of patients was 34 years. and 17 (59%) were males. HIV infection was present in 15 cases (52%), fever, the most common symptom. Occurred in 27 (93%), nuchal...
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