Forty-one patients routinely attending the Oxford Haemophilia Centre entered a controlled, blind investigation in order to determine whether HIV antibody status was related to the presence of skin disease. Twenty-four of the 41 patients (58.5%) were HIV antibody positive and none had any general symptoms. Comparison of the HIV antibody positive group with the HIV antibody negative group and with non-haemophiliac controls showed an increased prevalence of four HIV-associated dermatoses: 11 pat...Expand abstract
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Skin disease in haemophiliacs with and without antibodies to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV): further evidence of altered disease behaviour in different risk groups?
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