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Immune System

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Diseases: Autoimmune Diseases | HIV & AIDS | Primary Immune Deficiency Diseases

Allergy: General Allergy | Allergens | Allergic Reactions | Allergy Testing | Allergy Treatment

Other Topics: General Immune System


HIV & AIDS
(Human Immunodeficiency Virus &
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)

(Jump to: General Information | Adolescents | Children | Women | Pregnancy | Testing | Treatment | Living with HIV/AIDS

Specific Disease Aspects: Symptoms | Infections | Malignancies | Neurologic Disease )

General Information
HIV/AIDS:NIAID
Travelers' Health: HIV Infection and AIDS:CDC
HIV InSite:UCSF School of Medicine
HIV InSite Knowledge Base:UCSF School of Medicine
AIDSinfo:U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
AIDS:MedlinePlus

Testing for HIV
Testing for HIV:UpToDate Patient Information
Testing for HIV– Do I Have AIDS?:AIDSInfo
HIV Antibody Test:Lab Tests Online
Testing for HIV:FDA



HIV/AIDS Symptoms
Symptoms of HIV Infection:UpToDate Patient Information
Clinical Manifestations of HIV:HIV InSite Knowledge Base


HIV/AIDS and Infections
General Information
Opportunistic Infections:New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center
Infections Associated With HIV:HIV InSite Knowledge Base
AIDS and Infections:MedlinePlus
Index to Specific Infections Associated with HIV
Candidiasis (Thrush)
Cryptosporidiosis
Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Herpes Simplex
Macrobacterium Avian Complex (MAC) Disease
Pneumocystis Carinii (PCP)
Toxoplasmosis 
Tuberculosis


HIV/AIDS and Malignancies
Malignancies Associated with HIV:HIV InSite
See also Cancer, AIDS-Related Cancers


HIV/AIDS and Neurologic Disease
Neurological Complications of AIDS Fact Sheet:NINDS
Neurologic Manifestations of HIV:HIV InSite
Dementia Due to HIV Infection:eMedicine Consumer Health
What is HIV-Related Cognitive Impairment?:Alzheimer's Society


HIV Treatment
Overviews
Treatment of HIV Infection:NIAID
HIV and Its Treatment: What You Should Know:AIDSinfo.gov
Initial Treatment of HIV:UpToDate Patient Information
U. S. Treatment Guidelines:HIV InSite
AIDS Medicines:MedlinePlus
Consumer Advice
Tips for Taking HIV Medications:UpToDate Patient Information
Finding a Care Provider
Choosing an HIV Care Provider:New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center
Positive Care Clinic (for HIV/AIDS):Stanford Hospital & Clinics
Specific Medications
AIDSinfo Drug Database:AIDSinfo.gov
Antiretroviral Drug Profiles:HIV InSite
Complementary & Alternative Therapies
Complementary Therapies:HIV InSite
Alternative Therapy:AIDS.gov


HIV/AIDS and Pregnancy
HIV and Pregnancy:American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
HIV and AIDS in Pregnancy:March of Dimes
HIV and Pregnancy:AIDSinfo.gov
HIV and Pregnancy:UpToDate Patient Information
AIDS and Pregnancy:MedlinePlus


HIV/AIDS and Women
HIV and Women:American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
HIV/AIDS: Womenshealth,gov


HIV/AIDS and Adolescents
HIV/AIDS:Center for Young Women's Health [for Teens]
HIV and AIDS:Nemours Foundation [for Teens]


HIV/AIDS and Children
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection (in Children):Merck Manual, Home Edition
HIV Infection in Infants and Children:NIAID
HIV and AIDS:Nemours Foundation [for Kids]


Living With HIV/AIDS
Overviews
Living With HIV/AIDS:CDC
AIDS--Living With AIDS:MedlinePlus
Caring for Someone with AIDS
Caring For Someone With AIDS At Home:CDC
Nutrition
Diet and Nutrition:HIV InSite
See also Nutritional Diseases, HIV-Related Malnutrition
Exercise
Exercise:HIV InSite
Mental Health
Coping with HIV/AIDS: Mental Health:HIV InSite
Other Issues
Drugs and Alcohol Overview:HIV InSite
Sex and Sexuality:HIV InSite


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