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Editors: Wayne Xavier Shandera, M.D. (Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA)
Book Description:
The Sub-Specialty Care of HIV-Infected Patients is a synthesis of current policies, practices, and recommendations regarding the management of patients with HIV infection, authored by academicians at two major medical institutions, the Baylor College of Medicine and the McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas at Houston. The chapters represent the traditional sub-specialties of internal medicine, as well as dermatology, neurology and psychiatry. Almost all of the authors have worked at the Thomas Street Health Center in Houston, a multidisciplinary free-standing clinic dedicated to the care of patients with HIV infection, which is one of the largest of its kind in the nation and the dedicatee of this book. (Nova Biomedical)

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Immunizations in Patients with HIV Infection (pp. 1-18)
(Nicolás W. Cortés-Penfield, Ayesha Zuberi and Shital M. Patel)

Chapter 2. General Medicine Consultation for the HIV-Infected Patient (pp. 19-40)
(Wayne X. Shandera)

Chapter 3. New Directions in Antiretroviral Treatment (pp. 41-76)
(Ana N. Monczor and Roberto C. Arduino)

Chapter 4. Cardiac Disease in the HIV-Infected (pp. 77-94)
(Tina Shah, David Wong, and Biykem Bozkurt)

Chapter 5. Dermatologic Manifestations of HIV Infection (pp. 95-128)
(Steven Mays, Mildred Lopez-Pineiro and Richard Jahan-Tigh)

Chapter 6. Endocrine Complications in the HIV-Infected Patient (pp. 129-174)
(Sanjay Mediwala and Marco Marcelli)

Chapter 7. Gastrointestinal Illness and the HIV-Infected Patient (pp. 175-194)
(Kati Choi, J. Andy Tau and Robert J. Sealock)

Chapter 8. Hematologic Manifestations of HIV Infection (pp. 195-204)
(Dima Dandachi and Jose A. Serpa)

Chapter 9. Hepatobiliary Diseases in Patients with HIV Infection (pp. 205-218)
(Maneerat Chayanupatkul and Robert J. Sealock)

Chapter 10. Lung Diseases in the Modern Era (pp. 219-238)
(Helina Wakwaya, Dharani K. Narendra and Elizabeth Guy)

Chapter 11. Neurologic Manifestations of HIV Infection (pp. 239-248)
(Rohini Samuldrawar and Joseph Kass)

Chapter 12. Oncologic Manifestations of HIV infection (pp. 249-274)
(Elaine Chang and Elizabeth Chiao)

Chapter 13. The Care of HIV-Infected Patients with Kidney Disease (pp. 275-286)
(Sheena M Knights and Rajeev Raghavan)

Chapter 14. HIV Infection with Allergic and Rheumatic Diseases (pp. 287-312)
(Jonathan D. Dau and John D. Reveille)

Chapter 15. Psychiatric Illness and Non-Adherence in the HIV-Infected Patient (pp. 313-328)
(Rakel C. Beall-Wilkins)

About the Editor (pp. 329-330)

List of Contributors (pp. 331-336)

Index (pp. 337)

Total Pages: 342

      HIV/AIDS - Medical, Social and Psychological Aspects
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018 - February
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-064-5
   Status: AV
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