Tuberculosis of the Central nervous system in combination with HIV infection: diagnosis and treatment
The monograph for the first time systematically considers topical issues of tuberculosis lesions of the Central nervous system (CNS), developing in combination with HIV infection: clinical and laboratory characteristics, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment and neurosurgical care. The paper presents modern views on the pathogenesis of tuberculosis lesions of the Central nervous system in HIV-related immunodeficiency, describes in detail the clinical picture of the disease, presents differential diagnostic series for different stages of the disease, offers diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms, evaluates invasive diagnostic methods, indications and possibilities of surgical treatment of combined disease. The work is illustrated with illustrative clinical examples.
The publication is intended for physicians, phthisiologists, nephrologists, infectious disease specialists, as well as for interns, clinical residents and graduate students majoring in "Phthisiology", "neurology", "infectious diseases".