A total of 225 autopsy cases of HIV infection identified at 4 Japanese hospitals from 1985– 2012 were retrospectively reviewed. Clinical data were collected from patient medical
Results showed that although the incidence of viral infection other than HIV fell after treatment for HIV, teheh incidence of other opportunistic infections - including aspergillosis - rose. The authors conclude that monitoring for such opportunistic infection should be maintained in AIDS patients regardless of whether or not they are being treated with antiviral medication.
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