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This database contains 1 studies, archived under the term: "asymptomatic cognitive impairment"

DHEA and cognition in HIV-positive patients with non-major depression

Background: Dihydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) has been investigated for its potential role in improving cognition in a number of patient populations. Treatment options are limited for HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders.; Objective: The authors tested the effect of DHEA administration on the cognitive functioning of HIV-positive subjects with non-major depression.; Method: The neuropsychological testing data for 60 HIV-positive patients […]

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