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Novel Brain Map Tracks Early Brain Atrophy From HIV Infection

News   Mar 29, 2019 | Original story by Karen Teber, Georgetown University Medical Center

 
Novel Brain Map Tracks Early Brain Atrophy From HIV Infection

The MRI scan on the left reveals gray matter atrophy commonly seen in a person with HIV. On the right, the atrophy is associated with HAND, establishing a new profile for the disorder. Image credit: Xiong Jiang/Georgetown University Medical Center

 
 
 

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