HIV infection : a primary care manual /

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Edition:3rd ed.
Imprint:Boston : Little, Brown, 1996.
Description:xx, 732 p.
Subject:AIDS (Disease)
AIDS (Disease) -- Patients -- Care.
HIV Infections -- therapy.
HIV Infections -- complications.
Opportunistic Infections -- complications.
Opportunistic Infections -- therapy.
AIDS (Disease)
AIDS (Disease) -- Patients -- Care.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Libman, Howard.
Witzburg, Robert A.
ISBN:0316511609 (pbk.)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • I. Overview of HIV Infection. 1. Pathophysiology and Natural History / Stephen L. Boswell. 2. Classification, Epidemiology, and Transmission / M. Anita Barry. 3. HIV Diagnostic Testing / Peter J. Piliero and Howard Libman. 4. Interpretation of Laboratory Studies / Abby Shevitz
  • II. Clinical Syndromes. 5. Fever / Lawrence M. Barat, Thomas W. Barber and Robert A. Witzburg. 6. Weight Loss and Malnutrition / James J. Heffernan, Colleen Manning Osten and Eileen Dunn. 7. Oral Manifestations / David L. Battinelli and Edward S. Peters. 8. Ocular Manifestations / David L. Battinelli and Mariel Brittis. 9. Dermatologic Manifestations / Howard K. Koh and Bret E. Davis. 10. Cardiac Manifestations / Sheilah A. Bernard. 11. Pulmonary Manifestations / Randall P. Wagner and Harrison W. Farber. 12. Gastrointestinal Manifestations / Michael S. Karasik and Nezam H. Afdhal. 13. Hematologic Manifestations / Paul E. Berard and Timothy P. Cooley. 14. Renal Manifestations / Steven C. Borkan. 15. Rheumatologic Manifestations / Robert W. Simms. 16. Endocrinologic Manifestations / Melanie J. Brunt and Stuart R. Chipkin. 17. Neurologic Manifestations / Nagagopal Venna. 18. Neuropsychiatric Manifestations / Alexandra Beckett and Marshall Forstein
  • III. Opportunistic Diseases. 19. Pneumocystis Pneumonia / Brant L. Viner. 20. Mycobacterial Infections / Harrison W. Farber and Thomas W. Barber. 21. Cryptococcosis / Alan M. Sugar and Carol A. Saunders. 22. Toxoplasmosis / Judith S. Currier and Carol A. Sulis. 23. Syphilis / Helen M. Jacoby and Judith L. Steinberg. 24. Cytomegalovirus Infection / David Ives. 25. Herpes Simplex and Varicella-Zoster Virus Infections / Carol A. Sulis. 26. Candidiasis / Carol A. Sulis. 27. Gastrointestinal Parasites / Thomas L. Treadwell. 28. Conventional Bacterial Infections / Kathleen Bennett and Robert A. Witzburg. 29. Kaposi's Sarcoma / Timothy P. Cooley. 30. AIDS-Related Lymphoma / Timothy P. Cooley
  • IV. Special Topics. 31. Antiretroviral Therapy / Kevan L. Hartshorn and Timothy P. Cooley. 32. Ambulatory Management of HIV Infection / Jon D. Fuller and Howard Libman. 33. Understanding Clinical Trials / Kenneth A. Freedberg and Calvin J. Cohen. 34. Management of Advanced HIV Disease / Thomas W. Barber. 35. HIV Prevention in Clinical Practice / Christopher W. Shanahan and Harvey J. Makadon. 36. Infection Control and Risk Reduction for Health Care Workers / Robert A. Burke, Gail M. Garvin and Carol A. Sulis. 37. The Homosexual or Bisexual Patient / Jon D. Fuller. 38. The Drug-Using Patient / Alan A. Wartenberg and Jeffrey H. Samet. 39. HIV Infection in Women / Beth Zeeman and Lisa R. Hirschhorn. 40. Overview of Pediatric HIV Infection / Ellen R. Cooper and Stephen I. Pelton. 41. HIV Infection in Communities of Color / John A. Rich. 42. Legal Issues Regarding HIV Infection / Leonard H. Glantz
  • App. A. Beth Israel Hospital HIV Drug Information Guide
  • App. B. Rationale, Safety, and Efficacy of Alternative Medical Therapies.