How many lymph nodes occur in HIV
Aug 7, 2011
Can there be only one swollen lymph node in the entire body? or HIV infection will make more than one lymph node to swell?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
In general, HIV infection occurs in almost all lymph nodes, as CD4 cells that become infected travel to all the lymph nodes in the body.
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