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TitleAtlas of AIDS [electronic resource] / edited by Gerald L. Mandell, Donna Mildvan
ImprintLondon : Current Medicine Group : Imprint: Current Medicine Group, 2001
Edition Third Edition
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Descript X, 350 p. online resource


There probably is no field of medicine that moves as tions of recently reported information and inclusion rapidly as does HIV / AIDS. New basic discoveries, new of that information only where it is considered to be valid. New images have been added to the extensive therapies, new syndromes, and new management strategies are announced almost weekly. Donna and superb collection that is so useful for patient care Mildvan and her chapter authors have done a superb and for the teaching of health professionals. I conยญ gratulate the entire team for producing a very valuยญ job with this extensively updated and revised third able third edition of the Atlas of AIDS. edition. Their expertise has resulted in careful evalua- Gerald L. Mandell, MD Charlottesville, Virginia v CONTRIBUTORS Deshratn Asthana,PhD Judith Feinberg, MD Assistant Professor Professor of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Associate Director, Infectious Disease Center Director, Retrovirology Reference Laboratory University of Cincinnati College of Medicine University of Miami School of Medicine Cincinnati, Ohio Miami, Florida Margaret A. Fischl, . MD Edward J. Bottone, PhD Professor of Medicine Professor of Medicine, Microbiology, and Pathology University of Miami The Mount Sinai School of Medicine AIDS Clinical Research Unit Miami, Florida Director, Consultative Microbiology The Mount Sinai Hospital Alvin E


1 Epidemiology, Natural History, and Prevention -- 2 Human Immunodeficiency Virus -- 3 Host Response -- 4 Classification and Spectrum -- 5 Cutaneous Manifestations -- 6 Ophthalmic Manifestations -- 7 Oral Cavity Manifestations -- 8 Pulmonary Complications -- 9 Gastrointestinal Manifestations -- 10 Neurologic Manifestations -- 11 Metabolic Manifestations -- 12 Hematologic Manifestations -- 13 Microbiology of Opportunistic Infections -- 14 Clinical Manifestations of Opportunistic Infections -- 15 Treatment and Prophylaxis of Opportunistic Infections in the Era of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy -- 16 AIDS-Associated Malignancies -- 17 Pediatric HIV Infection -- 18 HIV Infection in Women -- 19 Rationale and Strategies for Antiretroviral Therapy in HIV-1 Infection -- 20 Antiviral Treatments

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