India HIV Clinical Case Discussion (2015-01-21)

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2015-01-21
Description 

44 yr old male HIV reactive - 12 yrs recently started on ART.  Regimen - ZLN.  Baseline CD4- 211 cells/cumm.  Admitted to hospital (July) with c/o- jerky involuntary movements- Lt UL, Rt LL limb, blurring vision in both eyes.  Weakness- Lt upper limb, difficulty in holding objects since last 2 months. MRI done.  

VZV IgG antibodies - Positive.  Patient is treated, improves and is discharged. (Aug)  

Patient returns (end of Sept) with loss of memory, irrelevant talks x1 month, fever, extremity weakness, difficulty walking and transient blurring of vision.  Dengue antigent - positive.

MRI repeated.

  

What's the differential diagnosis for this patient and subsequent management strategy?

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Ssenyondo Douglas's picture

Diagnose is kinda hard....well hope we,get there soon