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La microalbuminurie, facteur prédictif de troubles cognitifs chez les patients infectés par le VIH ?

Abstract : Several studies among the general population have demonstrated the link between cognitive disorders and microalbuminuria, a renal dysfunction marker. Our study intends to confirm this assumption in HIV-infected patients. If microalbuminuria proves to be a significant marker in the prediction of cognitive disorders, they then could be more easily and early detected through quick and cheap exploration of renal function. In order to confirm this link we set up evaluation tests to explore several cognitive domains (processing speed, working memory, executive functions, memory) in two groups: HIV patients without microalbuminuria and HIV patients with microalbuminuria detected in 2008. Our results seem promising and demonstrate the link between microalbuminuria in HIV patients and cognitive impairment, and more significantly in the area of treatment speed and executive functions.
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Chloé Bourgeois, Marie Journel. La microalbuminurie, facteur prédictif de troubles cognitifs chez les patients infectés par le VIH ?. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01357195⟩

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