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HIV in Children: Pathology, Clinical Presentation & Diagnosis

by Brian Alverson, MD
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    The lecture HIV in Children: Pathology, Clinical Presentation & Diagnosis by Brian Alverson, MD is from the course Pediatric Infectious Diseases. It contains the following chapters:

    • Pathology of HIV
    • Clinical Presentation of HIV
    • Diagnosis of HIV

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    1. The vast majority are rapid progressors
    2. It rarely presents with opportunistic infections
    3. It rarely presents with failure to thrive
    4. Encephalopathy in untreated patients typically occurs around 4 years of age
    5. It may be fatal in untreated patients by the age of 15
    1. Thalassemic children who undergo a blood transfusion
    2. Adolescents with multiple sexual partners
    3. Adolescents with unprotected sex
    4. IV drug abusers
    5. Men who perform sex with men
    1. Rectal sex
    2. Mother to infant transmission
    3. Transplacental
    4. Intrapartum
    5. Via breastfeeding

    Author of lecture HIV in Children: Pathology, Clinical Presentation & Diagnosis

     Brian Alverson, MD

    Brian Alverson, MD


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