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To assess the prevalence of asymptomatic urethral gonorrhea and chlamydia men who have sex with men (MSM) living in greater Boston, 206 men attending routine medical appointments consented to urine-based chlamydia and gonorrhea screening using urine LCR amplification. Of those screened, 201...
To benefit from HIV treatment advances individuals must utilize ambulatory primary care services. Few studies focus on marginalized populations, which tend to have poor health care utilization patterns. This study examined factors associated with health care utilization in hard-to-reach...
The clinical and public health implication of HIV Western blot (WB) indeterminate results is yet to be appraised in sub-Saharan Africa, including Nigeria. Using HIV Tri Line Test enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), 1286 patients (600 males and 686 females; age range, 5–60 years) with...
The present study evaluated the efficacy of a group therapy program in improving psychosocial adjustment to HIV infection, and tried to identify variables predictive of greater improvement. The outcome of 47 completing patients was analyzed, comparing the measures between T1 (1 month before...
We report two cases of disseminated multidrug-resistant tuberculosis with meningitis in HIV-positive patients, who were both recent emigrants from sub-Saharan Africa. Our two cases highlight new challenges in the care of HIV and tuberculosis coinfection including early diagnosis and treatment of...
Delayed diagnosis of HIV is associated with a worse prognosis despite highly active antiretroviral therapy. Many persons with HIV infection are diagnosed late in the disease process. We conducted a study of 119 persons recently diagnosed with HIV infection to determine the association of health...
As the prevalence of heterosexually transmitted HIV increases among women of childbearing age in the United States, so too does the potential for vertical transmission from mother to child. Early maternal diagnosis and appropriate management are critical to minimizing the risk of perinatal...
The evaluation of hepatic histology and treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV)/HIV-coinfected patients is rapidly changing. HCV has become an important cause of mortality in HIV-infected patients. Consequently, assessment of liver histology in all coinfected patients is particularly important. The...
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