R Jurado Jiménez

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A patient with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) who developed acute pancreatitis (AP) during the course of a disseminated herpes zoster is presented. Diagnosis was based on the simultaneity of abdominal pain with hyperamylasemia, the dissemination of the cutaneous lesions and the positive varicella-zoster virus serology at titres 1/640.(More)
Cavitary lung lesions are common in intravenous drug-addicts (IVDA) and in AIDS patients. Four cases are reported of IVDA patients with HIV positive serology who developed an initially thick-walled lesion, which grew rapidly and evolved into bullous lesions. The negative results in microbiological investigations for Pneumocystis carinii, Nocardia spp.,(More)
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