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Citation : Chow D, Kocher M, Shikuma C, Parikh N, Grandinetti A, Nakamoto B, Seto T, Low P. (2012)
Effects of antiretroviral therapy on autonomic function in early HIV infection: a preliminary report.
Int J Med Sci 9(5):397-405.
Abstract : This is the first study to examine the effects of initiating ART on autonomic function in early HIV infection. This study found no appreciable differences of ART on the autonomic nervous system when ART is initiated early in the course of HIV disease. ART may not contribute to short-term changes in autonomic function.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22859899
PMID : 22859899
PMCID : PMC3410283
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