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Defining cerebrospinal fluid HIV RNA escape: editorial review AIDS.

Editorial letter
Authors Alan Winston
Andrea Antinori
Paola Cinque
Howard S Fox
Magnus Gisslén
Timothy J Henrich
Scott Letendre
Deborah Persaud
Richard W Price
Serena Spudich
Published in AIDS (London, England)
Volume 33
Issue suppl. 2
Pages S107-S111
ISSN 1473-5571
Publication year 2019
Published at Institute of Biomedicine, Department of Infectious Medicine
Pages S107-S111
Language en
Subject categories Infectious Medicine


: Suppression of plasma HIV RNA is most often attainable with effective antiretroviral therapy. Despite this, in some individuals, detection of HIV RNA remains evident in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) which is generally termed CSF HIV RNA escape. Defining CSF HIV RNA escape from a virological point of view, a symptomatology point of view and its management has many challenges with several different definitions being utilized. In this editorial, we outline proposed consensus definitions of CSF HIV RNA escape with consideration of virological, symptomatology and management aspects of this condition.

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