Tumortherapie bei HIV-Infektion

  • M. Schrappe
  • V. Diehl

Zusammenfassung

Ende 1993 liegt die Zahl der HIV-Infizierten bei weltweit ca. 15 Mio., 1/5 davon mit Aids-Manifestationen. Die Abschätzung wird durch die unterschiedliche Meldepraxis in unterentwickelten Ländern und die uneinheitliche Handhabung der Aids-Definition erschwert, die um die pulmonale Tuberkulose, rezidivierende bakterielle Pneumonien und invasive Zervixkarzinome (seit dem 1.7.1993 in Europa gültig) sowie um HIV-infizierte Patienten mit weniger als 200 CD 4+-T-Lymphozyten (seit 1.1.1993 nur in den USA) erweitert wurde. In der BRD ist Ende 1993 von ca. 10800 Aids-Patienten und über 60000 HIV-Infizierten auszugehen.

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