Pathophysiological Mechanisms of Headache in Patients With HIV
The pathophysiology of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is complex. The etiology of headache in the HIV population is often multifactorial, and attributing causality to specific pathophysiological mechanisms is challenging. Headaches can occur any time during the infection and may be primary (as in non‐HIV‐infected patients) or secondary (either from HIV directly or due to opportunistic disease).
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