Published in AIDS Weekly, June 4th, 2001
"Vascular lesions have become more evident in [HIV] infected patients as the result of earlier diagnosis, improved treatment, and longer survival," explained W.W. Lai and colleagues at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. However, "[a]ortic root dilation in HIV infected children has not previously been described."
After studying 280 infected children of varying ages, Lai and coworkers found that aortic root enlargement was common...
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