FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN

@inproceedings{Nilima2010FUNGALII,
  title={FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN},
  author={Kundnani Rajpal Nilima and Chintan Thanki and Kshtriya Lajwanti and Krishna Marfatia and Shalini Bhagwani and Giorgiana Flavia Brad and Anca Popoiu and Cm Popoiu and Es Boia and Louis Turcanu},
  year={2010}
}
HIV as we all know remains to be a global pandemic. HIV infection causes gradual loss of immune system particularly the cell-mediated immunity and hence, predisposing a person to several opportunistic infections including fungal infections. Fungal infections vary in their course depending on geographical regions. Lack of information on patterns of fungal infections initiated us, to conduct this study. Fifty-five HIV sero-positive patients admitted in Civil Hospital, Ratlam, India, during… CONTINUE READING

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