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(Oral lesions in HIV AIDS)
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  • Correlation of mucocutaneous manifestations of HIV-infected patients in an ART center with CD4 counts. [Journal Article]
  • IJIndian J Dent Res 2017 Sep-Oct; 28(5):549-554
  • Lahoti S, Rao K, … Mishra L
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study revealed maximum mucocutaneous lesions in the CD4 count range of 200-500. Nail changes accounted for the most common cutaneous manifestation with 53%, and pigmentation accounted for the most common oral manifestation with 39%. Mucocutaneous manifestations can arouse one to suspect the diagnosis of HIV infection in an otherwise healthy unwary patient. They can serve as a dependable marker of HIV disease.
  • Human immunodeficiency virus-associated cystic lymphoid hyperplasia: An immunohistochemical description. [Journal Article]
  • IJIndian J Pathol Microbiol 2017 Jul-Sep; 60(3):336-340
  • Meer S, Dulabh S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The immunohistochemical description of CD20, CD3, CD4, and CD8 provides an understanding of CLH pathogenesis. CLH of parotid lymph nodes in confirmed HIV-positive patients with 100% specificity with HIV p24 antibody validates the strong association of CLH with HIV and AIDS. The CD4:CD8 ratio was ~1:1; however, increased CD8 expression within IF areas may indicate possible HIV-related CLH as compared to other cystic parotid lesions.
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