Cutaneous findings associated with HIV disease including AIDS: experience from Sub Saharan Africa.

@article{Pallangyo1992CutaneousFA,
  title={Cutaneous findings associated with HIV disease including AIDS: experience from Sub Saharan Africa.},
  author={Kisali Pallangyo},
  journal={Tropical doctor},
  year={1992},
  volume={22 Suppl 1},
  pages={35-41;60}
}
Cutaneous manifestations are common in patients with HIV infection and tend to be more frequent as immunodeficiency progresses. In the initial stage of HIV infection a transient maculopapular-rash may appear. During the otherwise asymptomatic phase that follows, patients may develop seborrhoeic dermatitis, persistent genital ulcer disease, pruritic papular eruption and/or a variety of scaling dermatoses. The most frequent skin tumour associated with HIV disease is Kaposi's sarcoma. Skin… CONTINUE READING