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971 Possible Causes for Primary HIV Infection, Weakness of the Linea Alba

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Primary HIV infection can produce a clinical picture resembling acute EBV infection.[] Diagnosing HIV infection in patients presenting with glandular fever-like illness in primary care: are we missing primary HIV infection?. HIV Med . 2013 Jan. 14(1):60-3.[] […] enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA)/Western blot is usually negative during the acute infection and thus should not be used alone to diagnose early primary HIV infection[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Primary HIV infection can be another cause of lymphadenopathy.[] Ulcerative stomatitis may also occur in coxsackievirus or other enteroviral infections, and mucosal erosions may also be seen in primary HIV infection.[] The presence of palatal vesicles or shallow ulcers is characteristic of primary infection with herpes simplex virus.[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Sinusitis

    If you have an immune deficiency disease or an abnormality in the way mucus moves through and from your respiratory system (e.g., primary immune deficiency, HIV infection,[] CDC recommended that all patients be educated on primary STD prevention measures, such as pre-exposure vaccination (e.g., HPV, hepatitis A and B series); awareness of HIV[] For example, sinusitis occurs more often in people who have reduced immune function (such as those with primary immune deficiency diseases or HIV infection) and with abnormality[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Pharyngitis

    ., Coxsackievirus Influenza Rhinovirus Parainfluenza virus Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) Epstein-Barr virus (primary EBV infection aka infectious mononucleosis) HIV (acute[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Pneumonia

    Is it safe to discontinue primary Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia prophylaxis in patients with virologically suppressed HIV infection and a CD4 cell count Clin Infect Dis[] Primary infection is probably largely asymptomatic ( Mandel 2004 ).[] HIV-infected adolescents and adults, including pregnant women, should receive PCP prophylaxis if their CD4 cell count is below 200 cells/μl or if they have a history of oral[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Diastasis Recti and Weakness of the Linea Alba

    alba).[] It results from weakness in the linea alba. Treatment is rarely necessary except in association with an epigastric hernia.[] Diastasis Recti And Weakness Of The Linea Alba Other: Exercise therapy Other: Abdominal binding Not Applicable Detailed Description: This study is investigating the effect[]

    Missing: Primary HIV Infection
  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    […] with primary HIV infection ( 12 – 18 ).[] A total of 27 HIV-1–infected and 10 HIV-1–uninfected subjects were studied. Of the HIV-1 infected, 19 subjects were identified during primary HIV-1 infection.[] HIV-1 DNA testing is an alternative to HIV-1 RNA testing for diagnosis of primary HIV infection but this was not assessed in the present study.[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    […] glands rare causes: autoimmune destruction, haemorrhage, tumour (breast and melanoma), infection (Tb, HIV, meningococcemia, purpura fulminans) or inflammatory process loss[] Infections - eg, tuberculosis (TB), histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, HIV, syphilis. Haemorrhage - eg, anticoagulants, Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.[] Home CCC Adrenal insufficiency by, last update April 22, 2019 OVERVIEW Types: primary, secondary and tertiary acute/chronic Primary Addison’s destruction of 90% of adrenal[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Substance Abuse Problems

    Transmission of HIV/AIDS primarily occurs through exposure to body fluids of an infected person during sexual contact or through sharing of unsterile drug-injection equipment[] Substance abuse is of primary concern to HIV/AIDS by promoting actions which increase the initial risk of infection.[] Another primary means of transmission is from mothers to infants during pregnancy or the birth process.[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba
  • Meningitis

    There are few reports of LFAmB treatment in non–HIV-infected and nontransplant patients, but in HIV-infected patients with primary cryptococcal meningoencephalitis, liposomal[] N Engl J Med , 332 , 700 –705. 70 , Viscoli C, Horwitz RI ( 1995 ) Primary prevention of cryptococcal meningitis by fluconazole in HIV-infected patients.[] Table 1 Strength of Recommendation and Quality of Evidence HIV-Infected Individuals Primary therapy: induction and consolidation 1.[]

    Missing: Weakness of the Linea Alba

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