Mucocutaneous manifestations in 22 consecutive cases of primary HIV-1 infection.


Twenty-two consecutive patients presenting with symptomatic human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV-1) seroconversion were studied. Most of the patients had a glandular fever-like illness. All patients had fever and pharyngitis, and eight of them also suffered from ulcers of the oral, genital or anal mucosa. Uniform skin eruptions were observed in 17 of the 22… (More)


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