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Much has been discussed on how the cognitive changes associated with HIV infection creates a clinical situation that stretches the boundaries of traditional psychotherapy and the role of the clinician. Given the current changes in health and mental health care delivery, such as managed care, clinicians who work with people with HIV and AIDS must be able to deal with a wide range of clinical problems and disorders. HIV Associated Cognitive/Motor Complex is a good example of how clinicians must respond to a greater range of clinical phenomena while at the same time be a specialist.

The interventions offered above can make a critical difference in the care and management of patients who have HIV–Associated Dementia. Through early detection and accurate differential diagnosis and sound clinical intervention, practitioners can increase the quality of care available to those effected by HIV–Associated Dementia.

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