Thinning and flattening of the epidermis and dermis in a previously active Gottron's papule. Treatment of resistant herpes simplex virus with continuous-infusion acyclovir. In this setting, these include either isolated insulin resistance or insulin resistance associated with lipodystrophy. Urticarial pruritic papules are a common morphologic lesion in HIV-infected patients. Centers for Disease Control. Cervical abnormalities, human papillomavirus, and human immunodeficiency virus infections in women in Malawi.
Overgrowth of the cuticle raised above the nail plate in a boy with juvenile dermatomyositis. Characterization of the acute clinical illness associated with human immunodeficiency virus infection. The histology may be that of a spindle cell proliferation resembling KS. Adult and juvenile dermatomyositis, polymyositis and myositis overlapping with another connective tissue disease are rare systemic autoimmune diseases with a primary feature of weakness and muscle inflammation. This appears about 1 month after AZT therapy begins. Unusual features of scabies complicating human T-lymphotropic virus type III infection. Bacteria do not cause all folliculitides in HIV-infected patients.
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In dark-skinned persons Hispanics and blacks , treatment with AZT may result in hyperpigmentation of the nails, oral mucosa, and skin. Ulceration involving the skin of the elbow with secondary crust and possible infection. Continuous varicella-zoster infection associated with acyclovir resistance in a child with AIDS. This chapter addresses cutaneous abnormalities in the following four groups: Note preservation of the fat in the bone marrow.
Multiple drug reactions in a patient with AIDS. We have used tar plus UVB Goeckermann therapy with marginal success. Large chronic perianal, perioral, or periungual ulcers that fail to heal with acyclovir treatment are often due to thymidine-kinase-negative, acyclovir-resistant HSV Gram's stain and culture confirm the diagnosis and allow selection of appropriate antibiotic therapy, such as dicloxacillin mg 4 times daily. Note preservation of the fat in the bone marrow. In general, noninfectious cutaneous abnormalities are not prognostic of rapid progression of immunosuppression, but they may be specific markers of the stage of HIV disease.