Otolaryngologic manifestations in HIV disease--clinical aspects and treatment.

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UNLABELLED HIV is a pandemic infection with cases notified in almost all countries. The reported prevalence of symptoms in the head and neck is about 80%; otolaryngologists may be the first physician to see such patients. Oral manifestations are the most common, followed by neck and sinus manifestations. Otolaryngologic symptoms may be important signs of… (More)

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@article{Sanjar2011OtolaryngologicMI, title={Otolaryngologic manifestations in HIV disease--clinical aspects and treatment.}, author={Fernanda Alves Sanjar and Barbara Elvina Ulisses Parente Queiroz and Ivan Dieb Miziara}, journal={Brazilian journal of otorhinolaryngology}, year={2011}, volume={77 3}, pages={391-400} }