Chronic Diseases

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Subject Index
A
ABP, see Amyloid beta protein
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
African-American community, 259-270
children survivors, 260
education, 264-268
heterosexual transmission, 263-264
intravenous drug users, 263
pediatric AIDS, 264
central nervous system, 57
cryptococcosis, 60
lymphoma, 61, 74
opportunistic infections, 59-61
progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, 60-61, 74
toxoplasmosis, 60, 74
dementia complex, 74-75
Epstein-Barr virus and, 139--140, 143
neurocognitive impairment, 79
psychoneuroimmunology and, 273-283
research, 273-275
related complex
neurocognitive impairment, 79
sexuality research, 237-255
behavioral research techniques, 253
contaminated data, 254
transmission patterns, 254-255
subacute encephalitis, 58-60, 74
ACT, see Alpha-1 antichymotrypsin
Acyclopanosine, 143
Acyclovir, see Acycloguanosine
Aerosol pentamadine, 116
African-American community
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, 259-270
behavior change, 266-269
condoms, 266, 270
education, 264-268
ethnically based values, 270
heterosexual transmission, 263-264
risk reduction, 270
bisexual men, 261
gay men, 261
human immnodeficiency virus, 259-270
intravenous drug users, 263
syphilis, 260
Alpha-1 antichymotrypsin, 33
Alzheimer's disease
amyloid deposits, 4-5, 9-11
ABP, 34
ACT, 33
brain atrophy, 30
cholinergic augmentation strategies, 45-47
cholinesterase inhibitors, 46-47
direct agonists, 46
precursor therapies, 46
cognitive impairment, 25
SLI reduction, 32
CT scanning, 30
diagnosis, 13
autopsy confirmation rate, 21
preclinical diagnostic test, 21
DST nonsuppression, 29
early disease markers, 21-36
Alz-50, 34-35
brain imaging methods, 30-31
choline acetyltransferase, 26, 31
cholinergic system challenges, 26-27

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