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(FUO in HIV AIDS)
27 results
  • Utility of bone marrow examination for workup of fever of unknown origin in patients with HIV/AIDS. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Pathol 2015; 68(3):241-5
  • Quesada AE, Tholpady A, … Chen L
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study supports the use of diagnostic BMAB as a rapid decision-making tool in patients with HIV and FUO in the proper clinical setting. BMAB demonstrated infection-related evidence prior to positive bone marrow culture in 75% of cases. Special stains and blood cultures had similar diagnostic yield, but BMAB offers faster results. Thus, this procedure assists in clinical decision making and the refinement of treatment in a more timely manner.
  • Analysis of 256 cases of classic fever of unknown origin. [Journal Article]
  • IMIntern Med 2014; 53(21):2471-5
  • Yamanouchi M, Uehara Y, … Naito T
  • CONCLUSIONS: FUO associated with HIV/AIDS is increasing in Japan. In addition, as in previous studies in Japan and overseas, our study showed that the number of patients in whom the cause of FUO remains unknown is increasing and exceeds 20% of all cases. The present study identified diseases that should be considered in the differential diagnosis of FUO, providing useful information for the future diagnosis and treatment of FUO.
  • Diagnostic workup for fever of unknown origin: a multicenter collaborative retrospective study. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMJ Open 2013; 3(12):e003971
  • Naito T, Mizooka M, … Hayashi J
  • CONCLUSIONS: With the widespread use of CT, FUO due to deep-seated abscess or solid tumour is decreasing markedly. Owing to the influence of the ageing population, polymyalgia rheumatica was the most frequent cause (9 patients). Four patients had FUO associated with HIV/AIDS, an important cause of FUO in Japan. In a relatively small number of cases, cause remained unclear. This may have been due to bias inherent in a retrospective study. This study identified diseases that should be considered in the differential diagnosis of FUO.
  • Fever in HIV-infected patients: less frequent but still complex. [Review]
  • ACActa Clin Belg 2012 Jul-Aug; 67(4):276-81
  • De Munter P, Peetermans WE, … Van Wijngaerden E
  • Fever was a common symptom in patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection in the early phases of the epidemic. Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO) was frequent in HIV-patients and conditions...
  • Fever of unknown origin in HIV/AIDS patients. [Review]
  • IDInfect Dis Clin North Am 2007; 21(4):1013-32, ix
  • Hot A, Schmulewitz L, … Lortholary O
  • Fever of unknown or uncertain origin (FUO) constitutes a common clinical challenge in patients infected with HIV. It is usually caused by disseminated opportunistic infection, and the relative freque...
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