Autopsy findings in HIV-infected inner-city patients.

Abstract

To assess the importance of the autopsy in HIV-1 infection, we retrospectively reviewed the autopsy reports of 70 HIV-1-seropositive patients at Howard University Hospital. Of the 58 patients with AIDS, the diagnosis of AIDS was made after autopsy in 24 (41%) cases. The lung was the most common site of AIDS-diagnostic diseases, and was affected in 90% of… (More)

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