TITLE

Declining Immune Function in Children and Adolescents With Hemophilia and HIV Infection : Effects on Neuropsychological Performance

AUTHOR(S)
Loveland, Katherine A.; Stehbens, James A.; Mahoney, Elizabeth M.; Sirois, Patricia A.; Nichols, Sharon; Bordeaux, Janice D.; Watkins, John M.; Amodei, Nancy; Hill, Suzanne D.; Donfield, Sharyne
PUB. DATE
July 2000
SOURCE
Journal of Pediatric Psychology;Jul2000, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p309
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines whether declines in immune functioning are associated with changes in neuropsychological performance in children and adolescents with hemophilia who are infected with HIV. Evidence of lowered academic performance relative to IQ; Risk factor for academic underachievement; Relationship between neuropsychological outcome and chronological age of the HIV-infected child and adolescent.
ACCESSION #
4509437

 

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