Published in AIDS Weekly, February 13th, 1995
Although adrenal pathology has been found in many patients with AIDS, the connection between pathology and function has not been well established.
The presence of calcification of the adrenals, although not universally seen in tuberculous infection, is suggestive of this diagnosis.
"Early in the course of primary adrenal insufficiency, the adrenal may be large," researcher Pamela U. Freda and colleagues wrote (Primary Adrenal Insufficiency in Patients with AIDS: A Report of Five Cases," Journal of...
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