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This study aimed to determine the prevalence and determinants of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) and its subgroups in HIV-positive patients in Tehran, Iran. Ninety-three HIV-positive individuals were assessed; the majority were male (60%) and the mean age of patients was 36.5 years (SD = 9), with 8 years as the median duration of HIV infection. The relationship between demographic and clinical variables was examined using logistic regression analysis. The overall prevalences ofdoi:10.2298/psi190414001m fatcat:lgf66hbiibevto5oj572cqz2ly