Published in AIDS Weekly, September 19th, 2005
In a recently published study from Norway, investigators sought to "identify clinical factors associated with HIV-associated lipoatrophy and to evaluate body composition changes, blood pressure and lipid levels in lipoatrophic subjects 3-4 years after the atrophy diagnosis."
"Clinical signs of lipoatrophy were assessed in 308 ambulant HIV-positive patients in 2000-2001. Possible clinical risk factors, such as age, gender, race, wasting, duration of HIV infection, presence or absence of AIDS diagnosis, viral load and CD4 count, and detailed information about drug...
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