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Oropharyngeal candidiasis is a major lesion in HIV-infected patients. Effective antifungal therapy is required to prevent weight loss, nutritional compromise, and systemic infection. The response to oral fluconazole in patients refractory to prior topical or systemic antifungal therapy was...
The delivery of a national quality comprehensive primary health care system for the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the year 2000 requires major alteration in the attitudes of all health care professionals worldwide. HIV infection and related illnesses continue to cause high rates of morbidity and...
Management of women with HIV infection or AIDS should follow the established guidelines for antiretroviral therapy and prevention and treatment of opportunistic complications of HIV infection. Gynecological manifestations of HIV are primarily cervical dysplasia and cancer associated with human...
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