Opportunistic diseases reported in AIDS patients: frequencies, associations, and trends.

Abstract

To look for associations and trends in the reported frequencies of particular opportunistic diseases in AIDS patients, we analyzed diseases in the 30,632 AIDS patients in the United States reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) by 9 February 1987. Compared with all other AIDS patients, children were three times more likely to have cytomegalovirus… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Selik1987OpportunisticDR, title={Opportunistic diseases reported in AIDS patients: frequencies, associations, and trends.}, author={Richard M Selik and E. Thomas Starcher and James W. Curran}, journal={AIDS}, year={1987}, volume={1 3}, pages={175-82} }