Outpatient Management of HIV Infection
This revised and repackaged new edition provides the primary care physician with practical strategies for the evaluation and care of patients at all stages of HIV infection. With expanded contents and more detail, OUTPATIENT MANAGEMENT OF HIV INFECTION is useful for practitioners who care for a substantial number of AIDS patients.
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Overview of the HIVAIDS Epidemic
Natural History of HIV Type 1 Infection
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acquired immune acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AIDS patients AIDS-related AlDS Ann Intern antibody antigen antiretroviral therapy associated asymptomatic biopsy blood cause CD4+ lymphocyte count cells/mm3 Centers for Disease Chapter clinical trials common condoms Control and Prevention counseling cryptococcal cryptosporidiosis cytomegalovirus deficiency syndrome diarrhea Disease Control disorders Engl epidemic esophagitis fever fluconazole gastrointestinal tract health care workers hemophilia hepatitis herpes simplex heterosexual high risk HIV infection HIV testing HIV-infected patients HIV-related homosexual human immunodeficiency virus immunodeficiency virus infection immunologic incidence individuals intravenous drug users involvement JAMA Kaposi's sarcoma ketoconazole lesions lymph node lymphadenopathy lymphoma malignancies MMWR Mycobacterium opportunistic infections particularly patients receiving patients with AlDS pentamidine Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia pregnancy prophylaxis pyrimethamine radiographic Reiter's syndrome reported risk behavior seroprevalence sexual side effects stages of HlV studies symptoms syndrome AIDS test results tion TMP-SMX toxoplasmosis transmission of HIV treatment tuberculosis vaccine viral virus type zidovudine