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HIV IN CHILDREN
April 2015 Newsletter
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A 15 years old boy with thalassemia major on regular blood transfusion was diagnosed to be HIV infected 3 years ago but was not on any treatment for same. He presented now with fever, diplopia and inability to open left eye for 15 days. CT brain showed hypo intense lesions in bilateral thalami, left caudate nucleus, left putamen; right deep frontal white matter, bilateral parietal parafalcine areas suggestive of toxoplasmosis. His serum toxoplasma IgG was positive whereas toxoplasma IgM was negative.

What should be the treatment of the toxoplasmosis?

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A hospital worker nursing a 4 month old baby had a needle stick injury at work. Rapid test was done and she was seronegative, hence was placed on PEP with AZT and 3TC and adviced to stop breastfeeding. Baby was previously on breast feeding and infant formula feeds. Mother wishes to continue breast feeding while on PEP, any risk to her baby?
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