Confusion in a Patient With HIV

John R. Gaughen, Jr., M.D.

June 02, 2005


47 year-old male with HIV presents with confusion.

What is the LEAST likely diagnosis?

  1. AIDS dementia complex

  2. Lymphoma

  3. Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy

  4. CMV encephalitis

  5. Surgery

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