Non-tuberculosis opportunistic infections and other lung diseases in HIV-infected infants and children.

Abstract

The diagnosis and management of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infected infants and children who do not respond to recommended empiric therapy for acute or chronic pneumonia is a frequent clinical challenge, especially as the greatest burden of childhood HIV-related lung disease occurs in low-income regions where options for investigation and treatment… (More)

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