This text aids in identifying unique or atypical manifestations of HIV infections more easily -- and treating them more effectively. The 2nd Edition of this outstanding atlas examines the impact of HIV on a full range of body systems in men, women, and children. Integrates advances in the understanding of pathogenesis as well as developments in protease inhibitors.
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