HIV and ENT: A review of current pathology in the era of the widespread use of antiretroviral therapy

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Since the introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) to combat HIV disease in 1996 there has been a shift in the focus of its management from that of a rapidly life limiting condition to one of chronic disease management, in the developed world.

As ENT surgeons may be involved with the care of these patients increasingly from a chronic disease perspective, a sound knowledge of its manifestation in the head and neck is needed. We also look into conditions that have now become pathognomic for the disease and explain their aetiology.

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  • Authors: Isobel Fitzgerald O’Connor, Wakisa Mulwafu
  • Keywords: HIV (Human immune deficiency virus), AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome), ENT, otolaryngological
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