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Clinical profile and natural history of children with HIV infection

Indian Journal of Pediatrics

Mar 29, 2006

Rakesh LodhaS K Kabra

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As the HIV infection spreads in India, increasing number of children are affected. We report the clinical manifestations, the laboratory parameters and follow up of these children. We reviewed case records of all children diagnosed as pediatric HIV infection since 1995 in our department...read more

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Decreased Immunologic Activity [PE]
HIV Infections
Failure to Thrive
Nutritional Status
Relapsing Fever
Teens
Anti-HIV Agents
Nevirapine
Pneumonia
Natural Immunosuppression
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Clinical profile and natural history of children with HIV infection

Indian Journal of Pediatrics

Mar 29, 2006

Rakesh LodhaS K Kabra

PMID: 16567911

DOI: 10.1007/bf02825480

Abstract

As the HIV infection spreads in India, increasing number of children are affected. We report the clinical manifestations, the laboratory parameters and follow up of these children. We reviewed case records of all children diagnosed as pediatric HIV infection since 1995 in our department...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Decreased Immunologic Activity [PE]
HIV Infections
Failure to Thrive
Nutritional Status
Relapsing Fever
Teens
Anti-HIV Agents
Nevirapine
Pneumonia
Natural Immunosuppression

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References
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  • Citations11
12
  • References13
  • Citations11
12

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