Dermis Still Top Indicator for Early Detection, Prognosis of HIV Infection

Roehr, Bob
May 2000
Dermatology Times;May2000, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p46
Trade Publication
Provides an overview of studies on the dermatologic manifestations of AIDS and HIV infections. Evolution of therapeutic options; Symptom of primary HIV infection; Cautions when diagnosing HIV.


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