A Cupşa

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BACKGROUND There are few studies on pediatric HIV-HBV coinfection, so evidences about relationships between the two viruses are scarce. OBJECTIVES influence of HBV infection on virological and immunological response to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in antiretroviral-naïve horizontally HIV-HBV coinfected subjects during early childhood. MATERIAL AND(More)
By testing 2362 children and infants from Craiova (Romania), for both HIV-antibody and HBs-antigen presence in the blood, a high rate of positivity was noticed in orphanages and in dystrophia units. A rate of "signal" (i.e. about 4% for HIV-antibodies, and 2.5% for HIV-antibody/HBs antigen), in hospitalized patients (pediatric service), was found as well.(More)
PURPOSE The study aims at detecting risk factors for developing peripheral neuropathy in Romanian HIV infected subjects. MATERIAL/METHODS retrospective study (january 1990-january 2009) who analyzed data from patients hospitalized in the Regional Center Craiova. We have compared 26 patients (group N) diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy  with 40 patients(More)
Purpose: The study aims at detecting risk factors for developing peripheral neuropathy in Romanian HIV infected subjects. Material/Methods: retrospective study (january 1990-january 2009) who analyzed data from patients hospitalized in the Regional Center Craiova. We have compared 26 patients (group N) diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy with 40 patients(More)
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