Lymphoproliferative Lesions in the Setting of HIV Infection: A Five-Year Retrospective Case Series and Review

A wide variety of noninfectious lesions have been identified in association with HIV infection. Many hematolymphoid lesions are possible in this patient group, both reactive and neoplastic. Epidemiologic data suggests that lymphoid malignancies are among the most common neoplasms in patients with HIV. We present a selective case series assembled over a 5… CONTINUE READING