Opportunistic Parasitic Infections in HIV/AIDS Patients Presenting with Diarrhoea by the Level of Immunesuppression (Report)

Opportunistic Parasitic Infections in HIV/AIDS Patients Presenting with Diarrhoea by the Level of Immunesuppression (Report)

Background & objectives: Enteric parasites are major cause of diarrhoea in HIV infected individuals. The present study was undertaken to detect enteric parasites in HIV infected patients with diarrhoea at different levels of immunity. Methods: The study was carried out at National AIDS Research Institute, Pune, India, between March 2002 and March 2007 among consecutively enrolled 137 HIV infected patients presenting with diarrhoea. Stool samples were collected and examined for enteric parasites by microscopy and special staining methods. CD4 cell counts were estimated using the FACS count system.

Opportunistic Parasitic Infections in HIV/AIDS Patients Presenting with Diarrhoea by the Level of Immunesuppression (Report)

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