Mar 27, 2002
Is appendicitis more common in HIV+ than neg. and can it be considered an opportunistic infection in someone that is HIV+
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Appendicitis is not related to HIV and is not an opportunistic infection.
ARS and early seroconvertion
recommend drug therapy
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