Mastocytosis and HIV
Sep 11, 2000
I am a general practitioner treating 350 people living with HIV. My newest patient gives a history of mastocytosis. How to refer him to an expert that treats both HIV and mastocytosis? Please e-mail me privately as I don't think that this question has universal appeal. Thank you.
Response from Dr. Henry
The overlap between those two diseases is limited so there is no doc with a large experience with both that I know of. A clinical immunologist or dermatologist with HIV interest may be a good place to start. KH
Keith Henry, M.D.
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