opportunistic infections-AIDS and HIV research citations
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- Adherence to protease inhibitor therapy and outcomes in patients with HIV infection.
Ann Intern Med
Jun 29, 2000
... protease inhibitors has transformed HIV infection from a terminal condition into ... medical center. PATIENTS: 99 HIV-infected patients who were prescribed a ... -up; P = 0.001). No opportunistic infections or deaths occurred in patients ... outcome for patients with HIV infection. Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric ...
- Epidemiology of human immunodeficiency virus-associated opportunistic infections in the Un
Clin Infect Dis
Jul 06, 2000
... of nearly all AIDS-defining opportunistic infections (OIs) decreased significantly in the ...
- Macrophages as a source of HIV during opportunistic infections.
Jul 01, 1997
... . Here, macrophages, both infected and uninfected with common opportunistic pathogens of HIV ... , prevention or successful treatment of opportunistic coinfections, or both, potentially benefits ... limiting the pathology caused by opportunistic infection and by controlling induction of ...
- The brain in AIDS: central nervous system HIV-1 infection and AIDS dementia complex.
Mar 03, 1988
... the brain rather than to opportunistic infection, but its pathogenesis is not ... cell fusion. Absence of cytolytic infection of neurons, oligodentrocytes, and astrocytes ... HIV-1 and chronic leptomeningeal infection, indicates that although this virus ...
- Unexplained opportunistic infections and CD4+ T-lymphocytopenia without HIV infection. An
N Engl J Med
Feb 12, 1993
... without human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is unclear. We conducted investigations ... infection. Nineteen persons (40 percent) had AIDS-defining illnesses (18 had opportunistic infections ... CD4+ T-lymphocytopenia and unexplained opportunistic infections indicates that the disorder is ...
- Idiopathic CD4+ T-lymphocytopenia--four patients with opportunistic infections and no evid
N Engl J Med
Feb 12, 1993
... virus (HIV) infection, each of whom presented with severe opportunistic infections and was ... peripheral-blood lymphocytes. RESULTS. The opportunistic infections at presentation included Pneumocystis carinii ... + T-lymphocytopenia with opportunistic infections but no evidence of HIV infection. Instead of ...
- Patients at risk for AIDS-related opportunistic infections. Clinical manifestations and im
N Engl J Med
Jan 06, 1986
... at risk for AIDS-related opportunistic infections could be identified prospectively. (Sixty ... oral candidiasis or both had opportunistic infections within the follow-up period ... who are at risk for opportunistic infections within a year can be ...
- Opportunistic infections in patients with and patients without Acquired Immunodeficiency S
Clin Infect Dis
Mar 26, 2002
... for opportunistic infections, which are familiar to doctors who have treated people infected ... common opportunistic infections: Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, cryptococcosis, atypical mycobacterial infection, and cytomegalovirus infection. Emphasized ...
- Declining morbidity and mortality among patients with advanced human immunodeficiency viru
N Engl J Med
Mar 26, 1998
... of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in eight U.S. cities ... of any of three major opportunistic infections (Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, Mycobacterium avium ...
- Opportunistic infections in acquired immune deficiency syndrome result from synergistic de
J Clin Invest
Aug 06, 1986
... deficits in the pathogenesis of opportunistic infections (OI). We followed 115 prospectively ...
- 17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 16-19 February, San Francisco, CA. Treatment as prevention.
Mar 05, 2010
- 17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 16-19 February, San Francisco, CA. The ins and outs of HIV.
Mar 05, 2010
- 17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 16-19 February, San Francisco, CA. Limits of success.
Mar 05, 2010
- Opportunistic infections occurring during highly active antiretroviral treatment.
Jan 06, 1999
... : To analyse the characteristics of opportunistic infections in patients receiving highly active ... , corresponding to 11 cytomegalovirus infections, five mycobacterial infections, one case of cryptococcosis ... high risk of developing an opportunistic infection prior to the institution of ...
- Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections among HIV-exposed and HIV-infected children: recommendations from CDC, the National Institutes of Health, the HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, t
MMWR Recomm Rep
Sep 04, 2009
... and treating opportunistic infections (OIs) among HIV-exposed and HIV-infected children, last ... Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections in HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents) was ... in pediatric HIV infection and infectious diseases (the Pediatric Opportunistic Infections Working Group ...
- Depletion of circulating natural type 1 interferon-producing cells in HIV-infected AIDS pa
Aug 08, 2001
... relative to uninfected controls and infected individuals with progressive disease. IPC ... reduced in AIDS patients developing opportunistic infections and cancer. A negative correlation ... role in the protection against opportunistic pathogens and cancer. (Blood. 2001 ...
- The cost-effectiveness of preventing AIDS-related opportunistic infections.
Jan 29, 1998
... now available for prophylaxis of opportunistic infections related to the acquired immunodeficiency ... -effectiveness of strategies for preventing opportunistic infections in patients with advanced human ... risk of developing an opportunistic infection, the impact of opportunistic infection history on long ...
- [Prevention of opportunistic infections in HIV-infected adults]
Aug 12, 1998
Opportunistic infections have a major influence on morbidity and mortality in HIV-infected ... , cerebral toxoplasmosis and M. avium infection in patients with manifest immunodeficiency ... of many patients. After most opportunistic infections, secondary lifelong antimicrobial prophylaxis is ...
- Prevention of opportunistic infections in the era of improved antiretroviral therapy.
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr Hum Retrovirol
Dec 09, 1997
... (HIV) infection who are severely immunosuppressed develop a variety of opportunistic infections that ... prophylaxis for prevention of opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients include the prevalence ... use of prophylaxis for opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients. These guidelines identify ...
- Enteric viruses and diarrhea in HIV-infected patients. Enteric Opportunistic Infections Wo
N Engl J Med
Jul 08, 1993
... in a group of persons infected with the human immunodeficiency virus ... specimens were obtained from HIV-infected patients enrolled in a longitudinal ... to have a mixed viral infection (6 percent vs. 0 percent ... agents of diarrhea in HIV-infected patients than previously recognized and ...
- Altered natural history of AIDS-related opportunistic infections in the era of potent comb
Sep 10, 1998
... the occurrence of AIDS-related opportunistic infections, and some specialists have reported ... and manifestations of previously common opportunistic infections. In this article, we will ... recent trends in AIDS-related opportunistic infections incidence and manifestations, (2) clinical ...
- Factors associated with the development of opportunistic infections in HIV-1-infected adul
J Infect Dis
Aug 09, 2006
... factors predicting the development of opportunistic infections (OIs) at higher-than-expected ... immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1-infected adults. METHODS: Multivariate Poisson regression ...
- Temporal trends of opportunistic infections and malignancies in homosexual men with AIDS.
J Infect Dis
Jul 26, 1994
... in the lifetime occurrence of opportunistic infections and malignancies among 1115 homosexual ... calculate the frequency of specific opportunistic infections and malignancies as lifetime (initial ... complex (DMAC) infection (29.6%), and cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection (19.6%). From ...
- Guidelines for preventing opportunistic infections among HIV-infected persons--2002. Recom
Ann Intern Med
Mar 05, 2003
... guidelines for preventing opportunistic infections (OIs) among persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus ... included for preventing exposure to opportunistic pathogens, preventing first episodes of ... on screening all HIV-infected persons for infection with hepatitis C virus ...
- Opportunistic infections and Kaposi's sarcoma among Haitians: evidence of a new acquired i
Ann Intern Med
Apr 07, 1983
... 's sarcoma. Ten patients died. Opportunistic infections were frequently multiple and were ... disseminated tuberculosis preceded the other infections by 2 to 15 months ...
- Retroviruses and opportunistic infections - eighth annual conference.
Jul 13, 2005
... of human retrovirology and related opportunistic infections at the forefront of clinical ...
- Treating opportunistic infections among HIV-exposed and infected children: recommendations
Clin Infect Dis
Jan 18, 2005
... Guidelines for Prevention of Opportunistic Infections Among HIV-Infected Persons. In recognition of ... HIV infection. In addition, the natural history of opportunistic infections among HIV-infected children ... among adults. Compared with opportunistic infections among HIV-infected adults, which are often ...
- Visceral leishmaniasis in HIV-1-infected individuals: a common opportunistic infection in
Mar 05, 1993
... is a relatively common infection in HIV-1-infected individuals in southern ... it can be the first opportunistic infection in individuals with HIV-1 ... first severe infection in 10 cases. 68% also suffered from opportunistic infections, especially ...
- [Prevention of opportunistic infections in the protease inhibitor era]
Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin
Feb 16, 1999
... striking reduction of incidence of opportunistic infections (Ols) associated to human immunodeficiency ... therapy of HIV and Ols infections have happened that fast that ...
- Opportunistic infections and other clinical manifestations of HIV disease in children.
Pediatr Clin North Am
Mar 16, 2000
... risk for these infections. Preventive regimens for several other opportunistic infections are also ... anticipate that HIV-infected children will continue to develop opportunistic infections and other ... and, despite improved treatments, few opportunistic infections are cured. Most require lifelong ...
- Prevention of opportunistic infections in HIV infection by pentoxiphylline.
Indian J Med Res
Feb 08, 2007
... , preventing opportunistic infections and sustaining CD4 counts among asymptomatic HIV infected individuals (i.e., those with no opportunistic infection). METHODS: Individuals with HIV infection ... infected individuals, who were free of opportunistic infections, improved their body weight, minimized opportunistic infections ...
- Opportunistic infections of the central nervous system in the course of acquired immune de
Jan 19, 1999
... occurrence and nature of the opportunistic infections of the central nervous system ... variability in the most common opportunistic infections found in our material (cytomegaly ... of opportunistic infections with HIV-dependent cerebral pathology or other types of opportunistic ...
- [Effect of opportunistic infections on the frequency of leukocyte subpopulations from type-1 human immunodeficiency virus infected individuals.]
Jul 22, 2008
... cells in HIV-1-infected patients with active opportunistic infections. Objective. The quantity ... HIV-1-infected patients, with and without a history of opportunistic infections. Materials ... active opportunistic infection. This indicated that the coinfection by HIV-1 and opportunistic ...
- Profile of opportunistic infections among HIV-1 infected people in Hong Kong.
Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi (Taipei)
Jun 21, 1995
... of opportunistic infections in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) infection in ... %) and cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease (8%). Opportunistic infections among Chinese and non-Chinese ... AIDS-defining opportunistic infections included herpes zoster, oral candidiasis, herpes simplex infection and ...
- Lessons learned about opportunistic infections in southeast Asia.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health
Dec 08, 2008
... one of the most common opportunistic infections in AIDS patients. Cryptococcal meningitis ... the most important opportunistic infections in AIDS patients. Among parasitic infections, cryptosporidiosis is ... therapy (HAART), the incidence of opportunistic infections has significantly reduced in the ...
- AIDS in India: recent trends in opportunistic infections.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health
Apr 07, 1999
... opportunistic infections add to the present endemic state of some already existing infections ... . With better diagnosis of the opportunistic infections, especially diarrhea, in AIDS patients ... picture will emerge regarding the opportunistic infections which would help clinicians and ...
- [Ophthalmic complications in the course of opportunistic infections--part I]
Apr 26, 2002
... conditions for the development of opportunistic infection. Pathogens infecting immunocompromised individuals have very ... lethal. Main agents responsible for opportunistic infections are: Toxoplasma gondii, Cytomegalovirus hominis ... and viral infections. Knowledge of diagnosing methods and treatment of opportunistic infections which ...
- Cotrimoxazole for prophylaxis or treatment of opportunistic infections of HIV/AIDS in pati
Cochrane Database Syst Rev
Apr 19, 2007
... treatment and prophylaxis of several opportunistic infections. In patients with HIV/AIDS ... cotrimoxazole rechallenge for prophylaxis of opportunistic infections, cotrimoxazole desensitization resulted in fewer ... needed for the treatment of opportunistic infections, treating-through, adjunctive medications, and ...
- [Prophylaxis and maintenance treatments of opportunistic infections in adults]
May 18, 1992
... against opportunistic infections is a capital advance in the management of HIV-infected ... be available for other main opportunistic infections whose proportion is increasing due ... combined prophylactic treatments against several opportunistic infections is a priority target. Maintenance ...
- Use of traditional medicines in the management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in Tan
J Ethnobiol Ethnomedicine
Jul 11, 2007
... the management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in Bukoba rural district, Tanzania ... common manifestations of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections affecting most of the population ... management of the HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections.
- Animal-associated opportunistic infections among persons infected with the human immunodef
Clin Infect Dis
Sep 12, 1994
... number of animal-associated infections occur in persons infected with the human ... Listeria monocytogenes. Most of these infections, with the exception of those ... the natural history of these opportunistic infections. They suggest that the risk ...
- Spectrum of opportunistic infections in AIDS cases.
Indian J Med Sci
Sep 29, 2003
... in AIDS cases result from opportunistic infections, Identification of such pathogen is ... most common opportunistic infection, followed by tuberculosis (56.00%), Cryptosporidium infection (47.00 ... for prevention. Early diagnosis of opportunistic infection and prompt treatment, delays the ...
- [Prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections]
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr)
Oct 08, 1998
An opportunist infection (OI) is understood to be an infection produced by microorganisms ... on the CD4 lymphocyte count. Opportunist infections influence the quality of life ... the most frequent opportunist infections (Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, bacterial infections, Cryptococcus neoformans, Cytomegalovirus ...
- AIDS related opportunistic infections, going but not gone.
Arch Pharm Res
Jul 23, 2002
... , many other infections have been characterized as opportunistic infections secondary to HIV infection. These include, but are not limited to, infections ... Western Europe the rates of opportunistic infections secondary to AIDS have decreased ...
- [Treatment and prophylaxis of opportunistic infections in the course of HIV disease: a sta
Med Mal Infect
Dec 22, 2004
... the prophylaxis and treatment of opportunistic infections, since the beginning of the ... drastically reduced the incidence of opportunistic infections by restoring immunity. The large ... the prophylaxis and treatment of opportunistic infections. A better use of prophylactic ...
- Opportunistic infections in relation to cd4 level among HIV seropositive patients from central Nepal.
Nepal Med Coll J
Aug 03, 2010
... HIV/AIDS. Regular investigation of opportunistic infection in HIV patients is one ... relationship between CD4 level and opportunistic infections. After taking informed consent pre ... were collected to investigate major opportunistic infections (OIs) as per standard microbiological ...
- The association of serum lactate dehydrogenase level with selected opportunistic infection
Int J Infect Dis
Apr 29, 2003
... dehydrogenase (LDH) levels with certain opportunistic infection and to determine an association ... association between LDH levels and opportunistic infections and CD4+ lymphocyte counts. RESULTS ... an adjunctive marker in certain opportunistic infections.There is an inverse relationship ...
- The use of growth factors and cytokines to treat opportunistic infections in HIV-1 disease
Dec 09, 2005
... use in the management of opportunistic infections in individuals who develop immunodeficiency ... stimulate mononuclear phagocyte activity against opportunistic pathogens, may be useful for ... of individuals who develop recurrent opportunistic infections. Cytokines may act synergistically with ...
- Opportunistic infection of HIV-infected/AIDS patients in Indonesia: problems and challenge
Acta Med Indones
Dec 18, 2006
... . As well to the condition, opportunistic infections will occur and eventually it ... detection and proper management of opportunistic infections, followed with sufficient anti retroviral ... in managing HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections are needed to support a ...
- [Histopathologic changes in several opportunistic infections in AIDS]
Beitr Gerichtl Med
Dec 19, 1989
Opportunistic infections are frequent in AIDS patients, ... example KAPOSI's sarcoma). These opportunistic infections are the cause of death ... histopathological changes of some important opportunistic infections (notably Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, Mycobacteriosis ...
- Opportunistic infections and acquired cellular immune deficiency among Haitian immigrants
Can Med Assoc J
Jan 07, 1984
... symptoms of AIDS but without opportunistic infections or malignant diseases) are described ... five of those with opportunistic infections died from the infections, which were multiple ... . Except for the absence of opportunistic infections, the illness in the three ...
- [Opportunistic infections in patients with disordered immune status]
Jun 03, 1993
... immune system can result in opportunistic infections, which are frequently responsible for ... mortality. With regard to surgery, opportunistic infections are found in specific risk ... are indications of a possible opportunistic infection, a rapid diagnosis is required ...
- No news is good news: opportunistic infections.
Hopkins HIV Rep
Dec 02, 1999
... having any oral sessions on opportunistic infections. This is an indication of ... greatly reduced the occurrences of opportunistic infections. Hepatitis C was discussed at ... -morbid condition rather than an opportunistic infection. Two studies addressed the question ...
- Opportunistic infections of the testis in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Mt Sinai J Med
May 10, 1990
... systemic opportunistic infections were studied for the presence and type of testicular infection. Light-microscopic evidence of opportunistic organisms (cytomegalovirus, Mycobacterium ... , the possible sexual transmission of opportunistic organisms in AIDS is discussed.
- [Lupus, corticosteroid treatment and opportunistic infection: 26 cases in Gabon]
Med Trop (Mars)
May 21, 2010
Opportunistic infection is frequent in lupus patients. ... to assess the frequency of opportunistic infection in a high-risk epidemiological ... indicates that the prevalence of opportunistic infections in the Lupus under treatment ...
- T-lymphocytopaenia, opportunistic infections and pathological findings in Ghanaian AIDS pa
East Afr Med J
May 14, 1998
... , and cryptococcosis were the major opportunistic infections detected. Programmed cell death (apoptosis ... , most people infected with HIV in Ghana were infected with HIV-2 ... , and cryptococcosis were the major opportunistic infections detected. Programmed cell death was ...
- Prevention of opportunistic infections in adult and adolescent patients with HIV infection
Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin
Feb 27, 2004
... the prevention of opportunistic infections in adult and adolescent HIV-infected patients. METHODS ... measures for the prevention of infections caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi ... strategy for the prevention of opportunistic infections in HIV-positive patients. Nevertheless ...
- Opportunistic infections of the central nervous system in children with HIV infection: rep
Jan 19, 1996
... syndrome (AIDS). Secondary CNS infections with opportunistic and common pathogens are infrequent ... . We report 9 cases of opportunistic infection of the CNS found among ... with Mycobacterium avium intracellulare (MAI) infection. There were also 2 cases ...
- Management of opportunistic infections in pediatric HIV.
Indian J Pediatr
Dec 30, 2002
... virus (HIV) causes a chronic infection that leads to profound immunosuppression ... to develop a variety of opportunistic infections and certain neoplasms. The CD4 ... of the likelihood of developing opportunistic infections (OI). Susceptibility to OI increases ...
- Opportunistic infections in adults with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: a comparison o
J Microbiol Immunol Infect
Aug 23, 2006
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Many opportunistic infections causing death in acquired immunodeficiency ... premortem and postmortem diagnoses of opportunistic infections and tumors among 15 AIDS ... (CMV) infections and herpes simplex virus or varicella-zoster virus infections were ...
- Role of CD8+ in late opportunistic infections of patients with AIDS.
Mar 25, 1993
... + depletion to initial and late opportunistic infections in 62 patients with AIDS ... at the diagnosis of each infection were: (Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia) CD4 ... patients were free from late opportunistic infections caused by disseminated cytomegalovirus and ...
- Community-acquired pneumonia in immunocompromised patients. Opportunistic infections to co
Jan 27, 2003
... for a large group of infections that are either uncommon or ... in the immunocompetent host. These opportunistic infections broaden the diagnostic considerations in ... treatment options for four selected opportunistic infections that represent varied classes of ...
- Opportunistic infections in renal allograft recipients.
Jan 17, 1989
The risk of opportunistic infection in the renal transplant patient ... the primary mucocutaneous barriers to infection; such metabolic factors as uremia ... HIV. The major types of opportunistic infection to which the renal transplant ...
- Opportunistic infection in AIDS.
J Indian Med Assoc
Jul 08, 1994
Opportunistic infections may be severe in people ... of the most commonly seen opportunistic infectious agents found in AIDS ... , Herpes simplex, and cytomegalovirus. Multiple infections were common. A regime of ...
- An analysis of three opportunistic infections in an outpatient HIV clinic in Jamaica.
West Indian Med J
Mar 01, 2011
... , to identify any occurrence of opportunistic infection. In addition, the patient list ... all participants. The occurrence of opportunistic infections and the variables of age ... have experienced at least one opportunistic infection in 2007. Significant associations were ...
- Gastrointestinal tract in the immunocompromised host: opportunistic infections and other c
Nov 13, 1992
... increase greatly the incidence of opportunistic infections and other complications of the ... direct the diagnosis to an opportunistic infection and sometimes to a specific ...
- Opportunistic infection highlights from the 35th ICAAC.
GMHC Treat Issues
Nov 15, 1995
... treatment and prevention strategies for opportunistic infections presented at the 1995 International ... treatments of Mycobacterium avium complex, opportunistic infections and HIV viremia; and reports ...
- [Ophthalmic complications in the course of opportunistic infections: part II]
Mar 31, 2003
... present ophthalmic complications of fungal infections in immunocompromised patients. Among about ... very important role as a opportunistic pathogen in patients with AIDS ... about ocular involvement during fungal opportunistic infections--symptoms and clinical picture as ...
- Prevalence of opportunistic infections in AIDS patients in Mangalore, Karnataka.
Jul 16, 2008
... to determine the prevalence of opportunistic infections in HIV-seropositive patients at ... for various opportunistic pathogens. Tuberculosis was the most common infection followed by ...
- Clinical features of HIV/AIDS and various opportunistic infections in relation to antiretroviral status among HIV seropositive individuals from Central Nepal.
Kathmandu Univ Med J (KUMJ)
May 26, 2010
... therapy status and clinical features/opportunistic infections among HIV seropositive individuals. Materials ... AIDS. Diagnosis and treatment of opportunistic infections should be routinely done for ...
- [Prevention of wasting and opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients in West Afric
Mar 21, 2000
... clinical follow up, prophylaxis of opportunistic infections using cotrimoxazole, nutritional checkups and ... the calorific intake of HIV-infected patients presenting with chronic diarrhea ... to HIV-infected adults. Despite the large number of individuals infected and ...
- [Legionnaires' disease and HIV infection: an opportunistic infection?]
Med Clin (Barc)
Nov 10, 2004
... AND OBJECTIVE: Legionella infections are not frequent in HIV-infected patients, although ... of HALP in HIV-infected and non infected patients was 0.3 ... more frequent in HIV-infected than in non infected patients, its clinical severity suggests that it is an opportunistic infection.
- [Microsporidiosis: an emerging and opportunistic infection]
Aug 04, 2006
... considered as an emerging and opportunistic infection. The etiologic agents, microsporidia, are ... 14 species currently known to infect humans, Enterocytozoon bieneusi and Encephalitozoon ... HIV-infected patients from ten different sectors of Zulia State, microsporidian infections ...
- [Opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients]
Schweiz Rundsch Med Prax
Jun 21, 1990
... -infected patients are prone to frequent opportunistic infections (OI). Their fundamental differences to infections ... cryptococcus neoformans, tuberculosis, infection by atypical mycobacteria, infection by viruses of the ...
- [AIDS in Denmark. 1. Opportunistic infections and malignant diseases. Danish Study Group f
May 11, 1995
... for the development of these opportunistic infections during follow-up. Danish AIDS ... illnesses, reflecting their exposure to opportunistic microorganisms and the degree of ...
- Opportunistic infections in the liver of HIV-infected patients in Thailand: a necropsy stu
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health
Jun 20, 2001
... 117 cases. Wide ranges of opportunistic infections were recorded in 47%. Cryptococcosis ... carcinoma were reported. In the infected liver, predominant pathological changes included ... were attributed to tuberculous hepatitis. Infection with Cryptococcus usually showed no ...
- [Resistance to intestinal opportunistic infections using Cryptosporidium sp. as an example
Aug 04, 2006
... an important cause of intestinal opportunistic infections in immunocompromised humans, especially in ... in ADIS patients with chronic infection. Hyperimmune bovine colostrum decreases parasite ... in the control of Cryptosporidium infection; especially intestinal intraepithelial CD4+ T ...
- Liver enlargement associated with opportunistic infections in patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection.
J Gastrointestin Liver Dis
Dec 23, 2008
... in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. The aim was to determine ... its association with opportunistic infections in patients with HIV infection. PATIENTS AND METHODS. A total of 400 HIV-infected patients ...
- Latest opportunistic infection prevention guidelines.
May 05, 1998
... , they continue to suffer from infections that are associated with low ... updated the guidelines for preventing opportunistic infections, including their positions on when ... following infections: cytomegalovirus (CMV), cryptosporidiosis, fungal infections, human papillomavirus (HPV), herpes-related infections ...
- [Bacterial, mycobacterial and fungal opportunistic infections in HIV-infected immigrants: diagnosis and treatment.]
Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin
Jul 01, 2008
The number of HIV infected immigrants has increased sharply in ... types of opportunistic infections, including bacterial, mycobacterial, fungal and parasitic infections. The present ... review of bacterial and fungal infections, with particular emphasis on those ...
- Antimicrobial therapy for the treatment of opportunistic infections in HIV/AIDS patients: a critical appraisal.
HIV AIDS (Auckl)
Nov 18, 2011
... virus (HIV) infection and dramatically reduced the rates of opportunistic infections (OI). However ... initiation of ART in different infections. OI have also become complicated ... Pneumocystis jiroveci, toxoplasmosis, and bacterial infections and has an important role ...
- Therapy of opportunistic infections.
Pol Arch Med Wewn
Dec 02, 1994
Opportunistic infections are becoming really or apparently ... of bacterial, fungal and viral infections includes classical preventive measures, surveillance ... surgical infections. Meticulous follow-up of immunocompromised patients and specific anti-infective ...
- Increased risk for opportunistic infections during chemotherapy in HIV-infected patients w
Jul 31, 1997
... : To determine the frequency of opportunistic infections (OI) and change of CD4 ... clinical courses of 35 HIV-infected patients with KS treated with ... risk for OI in HIV-infected patients with KS is increased ...
- Postmortem pathology of opportunistic infection in a HIV positive patient--a case report.
Indian J Pathol Microbiol
Nov 18, 2005
... HIV positive patient with multiple opportunistic infections is described. We received heart ... of tissue reaction with superadded infection with Cryptococcus neoformans (C. neoformans ... pneumonia in lungs, disseminated mycobacterial infection in spleen, lungs, liver and ...
- [Gastrointestinal opportunistic infections and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Case report]
Jul 13, 2007
... non-Aids-defining cancers and opportunistic infections. In patients with advanced Aids ... system and kidney abnormalities. CMV infection of the small bowel accounts ... young man with gastroenteric Cytomegalovirus infection responsible for generalized peritonitis from ...
- Central Nervous System Opportunistic Infections in HIV-1 Infection.
Feb 15, 2008
... commonly encountered in the population infected with human immunodeficiency virus type ... incidence of opportunistic infections (OIs) among persons with advanced HIV-1 infection has ...
- Central nervous system opportunistic infections in HIV disease: clinical aspects.
Baillieres Clin Neurol
May 16, 1994
Nervous system opportunistic infections are seen in about one ... patients with neurological manifestations. Serious infections are seen in severely immunosuppressed ... leukoencephalopathy, herpes simplex and zoster infections and tuberculosis.
- Opportunistic infections and psychosocial stress in HIV.
Am Fam Physician
Aug 04, 1997
... infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are susceptible to both opportunistic infections ... . In appropriate patients, prophylaxis for infections with Pneumocystis carinii, Mycobacterium avium ...
- [Opportunistic infections in patients under highly concentrated antiretroviral therapy]
Jan 14, 1999
... concerning cytomegalovirus viremia, atypical mycobacterium infections, and survival in patients treated ... clear for other opportunistic infections such as tuberculosis and pyogenic infections. PROPHYLAXIS: In ...
- Management of opportunistic infections in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. I. Treatment
Am J Ther
Jan 31, 2000
... case report of a patient infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV ... -related opportunistic infections, including Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, toxoplasmosis, Mycobacterium avium complex, cytomegalovirus infection ...
- MHC haplotypes affect the expression of opportunistic infections in HIV patients.
Feb 22, 2001
... MHC genes affect manifestations of opportunistic infections in HIV patients not treated ... immunopathologic responses to pre-existing infections in patients who achieved immune ... VZV or HSV, or HCV infections, suggesting distinct pathologic mechanisms are ...
- Report from the 3rd Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
May 02, 1996
... Third Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections offered hope for new treatments ... wasting and emphasized that secondary infections are the primary precipitants of ... area of concern. Preventing secondary infections, such as cytomegalovirus, parvovirus, cryptococcus ...
- Opportunistic infections update.
Jul 01, 1996
... and treatment of HIV-related opportunistic infections are showing better results and ... PCR and bDNA tests for infections other than HIV. Study data ... and prevention are examined for infections caused by the following organisms ...
- Retroviruses and opportunistic infections--eighth annual conference--structured therapy in
Jul 13, 2005
... Eighth Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) marked a moment of ... the pharmacological control of HIV infection is the development of drugs ... the pharmacological control of HIV infection, particularly for protease inhibitors.
- Gastrointestinal opportunistic infections in human immunodeficiency virus disease.
Saudi J Gastroenterol
Jul 01, 2009
Gastrointestinal (GI) opportunistic infections (OIs) are commonly encountered at ... Candidiasis, various lesions of viral infections, hepatobiliary lesions, pancreatitis and anorectal ... given the setting of HIV infection.
- [Opportunistic infections of the HIV/AIDS in adults in hospital settings in Togo.]
Bull Soc Pathol Exot
Mar 01, 2011
... is to determine the main opportunistic infections (OI) and those strongly linked ... .7%. We registered 714 HIV-infected patients (HIVIP), 40.5% of ... %), meningeal cryptococcosis (2.9%), bacterial infections (48.2%), cerebral toxoplasmosis (11 ...
- Glomerular lesions and opportunistic infections of the kidney in AIDS: an autopsy study of
Adv Exp Med Biol
Oct 26, 1989
... . A renal localisation of disseminated opportunistic infections was found in 11 patients ... intracellulare (n = 1) and Cryptococcal infection (n = 4). In one patient ...
- [Aids and chorioretinal opportunistic infections]
Bull Soc Belge Ophtalmol
Jan 17, 1996
... study of 19 cases of opportunistic infections of the chorioretina in patients ... and histopathological aspects of these infections. Review of the vital and ...
- [Opportunistic infections and HIV-associated malignancies. An evaluation of 58 autopsy cas
Med Klin (Munich)
Nov 08, 2000
... patients who died of HIV infection within 10 years (1. 1 ... HIV-associated encephalopathy (20.7%). Opportunistic infections (pneumocystis carinii, cytomegaly, toxoplasmosis, atypical ...
- Opportunistic infections studies update.
NIAID AIDS Agenda
Jul 24, 1995
Studies being conducted on opportunistic infections among people with HIV are ... (CMV), Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) infection, Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), toxoplasmosis ...