Polyarteritis nodosa and HIV infection: No evidence of a direct pathogenic role of HIV

@article{Massari1996PolyarteritisNA,
  title={Polyarteritis nodosa and HIV infection: No evidence of a direct pathogenic role of HIV},
  author={M. Massari and E. Gabbi and L. Bonazzi and C. Salvarani and I. Portioli and E. Ramazzotti},
  journal={Infection},
  year={1996},
  volume={24},
  pages={159-161}
}
SummaryA case of polyarteritis nodosa identified by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) 1990 criteria in a 44-year-old HIV-infected man is described. The search for cytomegalovirus, HBV and B19 parvovirus infections was negative.In situ hybridization did not reveal proviral HIV-1 DNA in a skin sample. A zidovudine-associated vasculitis was excluded. Corticosteroid therapy resolved vasculitis manifestations and was well tolerated without opportunistic infections during the 10-month follow… Expand
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