PET helps differentiate between Alzheimer's, HIV complication

01/19/2012 | Medscape (free registration)

A study published in the Archives of Neurology said PET imaging with carbon 11–labeled Pittsburgh compound B helps distinguish HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder from Alzheimer's disease. In the study, patients with symptomatic Alzheimer's had higher C-PiB uptake. Researchers said there is a need for additional studies to better understand the use of the imaging method in older patients with the HIV-related disorder.

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