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INTRODUCTION In various studies globally, the prevalence of anemia in persons with HIV infection range from 10 to 20% at initial presentation, and anemia is diagnosed in 70 to 80% of these patients over the course of HIV disease. The etiology of anemia in this group of patients has not been fully established, thus a need to evaluate the role of plasma(More)
BACKGROUND Despite a high frequency of anaemia, a positive direct antiglobulin test (DAT) and bone marrow hyperplasia HIV-infected patients, lack of reticulocytosis may cause underdiagnosis autoimmune haemolytic anaemia (AIHA) in them. This study was carried out to determine the prevalence of autoimmune haemolytic anaemia in HIV-infected patients and to(More)
The occurrence of a myeloproliferative disorder in association with an aggressive lymphoproliferative disorder is a distinctly unusual phenomenon. We report a case of concurrent leukaemia-lymphoma syndrome characterized by a BCR/ABL-negative myeloproliferative disease, eosinophilia and a lymphoma. The bone marrow chromosome analysis showed the karyotype 46,(More)
BACKGROUND Cobalamin deficiency and peripheral neuropathy (PN) are commonly seen in HIV-infected adults. The level of urine methylmalonic acid (UMMA), a reliable indicator of tissue cobalamin status, was determined in HIV infected subjects with and without PN to establish this association. METHODS One hundred and ninety-eight (198) consenting HIV infected(More)
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