An Atlas of Differential Diagnosis in HIV Disease
This atlas is unique. It is the first and only HIV color-atlas published especially for health-care providers with limited experience in diagnosing and treating HIV disease. It contains over 200 illustrations with explanatory captions as well as clearly written text and case studies.
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