|living with lupus and hiv
Aug 21, 2007
im positive with hiv and hep b and my doctors suspect that i have lupus as well how can i find out more.
Response from Dr. Henry
Lupus can be seen in HIV+ patients. There are a number of blood tests and examination findings that can lead to a diagnosis of lupus. Your HIV specialist and/or an immunologist/rheumatologist can often make the diagnosis after a full evaluation. Diagnosis can be trickier in the setting of HIV infection as can treatment. KH
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