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Choice of Antipsychotic in HIV-Infected Patients

Dinesh Singh, MBChB, MMed (Psych), FCPsych, and Karl Goodkin, MD, PhD, FAPA

Published: March 15, 2007

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Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is associated with a wide range of mental illnesses.1-9 Some are due to HIV infection itself; others are higher in prevalence than among the general population due to a more frequent comorbidity associated with HIV risk factors. Psychosis is one that has been less frequently studied.’ ‹

Volume: 68

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