HIV in Children
June 2017 NEWSLETTER


HIV IN CHILDREN
June 2017 Newsletter
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A 5 years old male child was diagnosed to have Burkitt’s Lymphoma (NHL) 15 days ago. On screening his Elisa was positive for HIV-1. Both parents were HIV negative. On examination, he had pallor and hepatosplenomegaly. His HIV infection was confirmed by Western blot. HIV viral load was 958000 copies/ml and CD4 count was 576 cells/cumm. He was started on chemotherapy of dexamethasone, prednisolone, cyclophosphamide and vincristine but was withheld after the HIV report came positive. He was thus referred for his HIV treatment.

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