Ocular impairments increase as CD4 counts decrease in Nigerian HIV/ AIDS patients

April 2011
Ocular Surgery News;4/10/2011, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p27
Academic Journal
The article reports that ocular defects tend to increase in Nigerian HIV/AIDS patients as their CD4 T-cell counts decrease, according to a prospective study published in the 2010 issue of "Ophthalmology and Visual Science."


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