Relation of Liver Disease and Cognitive Disorder with HIV

Progression of liver disease remains a leading cause of death among HIV-infected persons in the U.S. and elsewhere. Though mortality from HIV complications has been dramatically reduced wherever effective combination of antiretroviral therapy is utilized but there has been little impact on liver related mortality.

More recent research work shows that people living with HIV are at higher risk for being diagnosed with dementia and that they are diagnosed at a younger age than HIV-negative people. There are many types of dementia and many factors are there, including vascular dementia, Alzheimer's disease and HIV-associated dementia.



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