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[HIV infection: the venereological aspects of the problem].
Ter Arkh. 1989; 61(10):73-6.TA

Abstract

The paper is concerned with the diagnosis, clinical picture and the treatment policy of 7 patients suffering from associated syphilis and HIV infection. Some peculiarities were marked in the course and clinical picture of the syphilitic infection: the reduction of the time of the development of secondary syphilis, odd clinical manifestations, and early damage to the nervous system. Recommendations are given for CSF examination and treatment of all the patients with associated syphilis and HIV infection. Attention is paid to the necessity of examining all the patients with HIV infection for diseases transmitted sexually and vice versa.

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Language

rus

PubMed ID

2609277

Citation

Pokrovskiĭ, V I., et al. "[HIV Infection: the Venereological Aspects of the Problem]." Terapevticheskii Arkhiv, vol. 61, no. 10, 1989, pp. 73-6.
Pokrovskiĭ VI, Potekaev NS, Pokrovskiĭ VV, et al. [HIV infection: the venereological aspects of the problem]. Ter Arkh. 1989;61(10):73-6.
Pokrovskiĭ, V. I., Potekaev, N. S., Pokrovskiĭ, V. V., Zudin, B. I., & Irova, T. I. (1989). [HIV infection: the venereological aspects of the problem]. Terapevticheskii Arkhiv, 61(10), 73-6.
Pokrovskiĭ VI, et al. [HIV Infection: the Venereological Aspects of the Problem]. Ter Arkh. 1989;61(10):73-6. PubMed PMID: 2609277.
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