Oral manifestations of HIV infection in relation to clinical and CD4 immunological status in northern and southern Thai patients.

@article{Kerdpon2004OralMO,
  title={Oral manifestations of HIV infection in relation to clinical and CD4 immunological status in northern and southern Thai patients.},
  author={D Kerdpon and Surawut Pongsiriwet and Kanokporn Pangsomboon and Anak Iamaroon and K Kampoo and Somporn Sretrirutchai and A. R. Geater and Valerie Robison},
  journal={Oral diseases},
  year={2004},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={138-44}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess prevalence and variations in the oral manifestations of HIV in HIV-infected subjects in southern Thailand (a new HIV epidemic) and northern Thailand (a mature epidemic), and the association with age, sex, risk behaviours, CD4 count and medication used. SUBJECTS AND METHODS A total of 102 and 135 HIV-infected individuals were enrolled in northern and southern hospitals, respectively. Oral and haematological examination was performed after sociodemographic interview of the… CONTINUE READING

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