Jagadeeswaran M Vikashini. S Saravanan R Muthumariyammal.V


The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is equally neurotropic as well as immune tropic, initiating severe damage on the way to both systems. Despite the fact that their number has decreased, neurological manifestations and HIV consequences are nevertheless widespread in the epoch of amalgamation antiretroviral therapy. Voguish advanced HIV illness, neurological opportunistic infections (OI) arise. Neurological problems directly connected to HIV can develop at any stage of the disease's progression, from AIDS concomitant dementia to the sterilized meningitis of original HIV contamination seen in resistant compromised people. Medicines can assist persons living with HIV in preventing the disease from progressing to AIDS. Controlling HIV can also reduce your risk of developing HIV-related nervous system disorders. The purpose of this article is to investigate the characteristics of neurological problems in HIV/AIDS patients in addition their relationship to highly active antiretroviral therapy(HAART).

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HAART, Neurological complication, HIV-1

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