Two AIDS patients with life-threatening pancreatitis successfully treated, one with ganciclovir the other with foscarnet.


Two AIDS patients, clinically suspected to have cytomegalovirus (CMV) pancreatitis are described. The first patient was successfully treated with ganciclovir 10 mg/kg/day. This patient refused ganciclovir maintenance treatment and developed 3 other episodes of pancreatitis which responded each time to ganciclovir. The second patient was successfully treated… (More)


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