How long does it typically take for a flat red kaposi's sarcoma lesion to develop into a purple nodule type in an HIV positive patient, in an HIV negative immuno-suppressed patient, and lastly in the classical case found in older eastern european...
...though typically the pace of HIV-negative KS
is slower than that of HIV-positive KS
. So the answer to your question of how long
it takes is "days, weeks
, months, or years"-- They are all correct answers. BD. Read more »