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Zerebrale Manifestationen

  • H. Henkes
  • W. Schörner

Zusammenfassung

Das erworbene Immunschwächesyndrom (AIDS) ist eine in aufeinanderfolgenden Phasen verlaufende Erkrankung. Dieser Tatsache versuchen verschiedene, z. T. divergierende Stadieneinteilungen gerecht zu werden. Da auch neurologische bzw. neuroradiologische Publikationen i. d. R. auf diese Einteilungen Bezug nehmen, soll die in diesem Zusammenhang wichtigste hier hier kurz dargestellt werden.

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