Sacktor, a professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a physician at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and colleagues studied 60 HIV-infected patients from a Kampala hospital. All subjects were part of another study testing the effect of anti – retroviral drugs on cognitive impairment, but had not yet begun, the medications. After the determination of the respective patient HIV subtype, they performed a battery of neurological and cognitive tests for each patient to assess brain function.
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