Development of primary central nervous system lymphoma in an HIV-infected patient after multiple opportunistic infections
International Journal of STD & AIDS, 05/24/2012Liu L et al.
The patient had a headache two months after admission and the magnetic resonance image of the brain showed left frontal lobe hypodensity. The patient then accepted brain biopsy and the pathological result proved to be primary central nervous system lymphoma). The patient refused further therapy and lost in the follow–up.
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