Published in AIDS Weekly, April 10th, 1995
Hepatobiliary diseases occur frequently in patients with HIV infection. These diseases include chronic hepatitis B, C, and delta hepatitis; malignancies (lymphoma and Kaposi's sarcoma); infectious HIV-related sclerosing cholangitis or acalculous cholecystitis; and liver infections due to opportunistic microorganisms. In addition, steatosis and granulomas can occur.
"Most investigators who have tried to characterize these hepatic...
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