Published in AIDS Weekly, February 2nd, 2004
Cardiologists in Brazil described their experience treating "a patient with advanced perinatal acquired immunodeficiency syndrome who had early clinical manifestation of severe dilated cardiomyopathy with congestive heart failure."
"The picture was completely reversed after 6 years treatment and follow-up, and the child is now doing well at the age of seven, with normal left ventricular dimension and contractility as shown by echodopplercardiography," according to M.S.B. Diogenes and coauthors at the Federal University of Sao Paulo.
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