In all cases with a background history of HIV, assess the risk for opportunistic infections, through physical signs such as oral candidiasis, weight loss, and skin manifestations as well as CD4 counts.
KeywordsImmune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia Cryptococcal Meningitis Bacterial Pneumonia Oral Candidiasis
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