|Difference between ARS and AVS?
Jan 28, 2002
Hi, You sometimes use the term AVS and sometime ARS. Are they two different expressions for the same thing?
| Response from Mr. Kull
Yes. The symptoms/syndrome one may experience during the first months of HIV infection is often referred to in different ways: acute HIV (Type-1) infection, primary HIV infection, acute retroviral syndrome, and (primarily in this forum as far as I can tell) acute viral syndrome.
For information about acute HIV infection, please see http://www.thebody.com/nmai/acute_infection.html.
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