Histoplasma in AIDS Patients
It is clear that histoplasmosis is a significant infectious complication in AIDS patients and has been recognized as one of the defining opportunistic infections for this syndrome. An increasing body of data has accumulated and been published regarding histoplasmosis in AIDS victims. One particularly fascinating aspect of this mycosis in AIDS patients concerns its epidemiology.
KeywordsAcquire Immunodeficiency Syndrome Immune Deficiency Syndrome Nonendemic Area Acute Pulmonary Histoplasmosis African Histoplasmosis
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