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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): Signs, Symptoms & Opportunistic Infections

by John Fisher, MD
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    The lecture Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): Signs, Symptoms & Opportunistic Infections by John Fisher, MD is from the course Genital and Sexually Transmitted Infections. It contains the following chapters:

    • HIV – Signs/Symptoms
    • Opportunistic Infections – Four Examples
    • Cryptococcal Meningitis
    • Toxoplasma Encephalitis
    • Disseminated Mycobacterium Avium Complex Infaction

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Acute Retroviral Syndrome
    2. Advanced AIDS
    3. Cryptococcal meningitis
    4. Streptococcal pharyngitis
    5. Donovanosis
    1. TMP/SMX
    2. Azithromycin
    3. Clindamycin
    4. Amphotericin
    5. Pyrimethamine
    1. Pneumocystic jiroveci pneumonia, Cryptococcal meningitis, Toxoplasma encephalitis, and disseminated Mycobacterium avian complex infection
    2. Pneumocystic jiroveci pneumonia only
    3. Pheumocystic jiroveci pneumonia and Cryptococcal meningitis only
    4. Pneumocystic jiroveci pneumonia and Toxoplasma encephalitis only
    5. Toxoplasma encephalitis and disseminated Mycobacterium avian complex infection only
    1. Cryptococcal capsules
    2. Cryptococcal hyphae
    3. Mycobacteria cell walls
    4. Toxoplasma nuclei
    5. Toxoplasma cell walls
    1. Blood cultures positive for Mycobacterium avian complex
    2. Positive serologic markers of antibodies against mycobacteria
    3. An abdominal CT demonstrating lesions in the liver
    4. A head MRI demonstrating brain lesions
    5. India ink stained microscopy of respiratory secretions
    1. Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in a patient with AIDS and cryptococcal meningitis opportunistic infection
    2. A patient with AIDS and new exposure to cryptococcal disease
    3. Disseminated Mycobacterium avian complex infection in a patient with AIDS
    4. Toxoplasma encephalitis
    5. Typical disease progression of Pneumocystic jiroveci infection in a patient who is HIV positive
    1. Brain imaging
    2. Blood culture
    3. Amplified PCR of sputum samples
    4. Biopsy
    5. India ink microscopy

    Author of lecture Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): Signs, Symptoms & Opportunistic Infections

     John Fisher, MD

    John Fisher, MD


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