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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.5.2006.tde-14092006-161632
Document
Author
Full name
Rodrigo Nascimento Barbosa
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Goto, Hiro (President)
Amato, Valdir Sabbaga
Oyafuso, Luiza Keiko Matsuka
Title in Portuguese
"Leishmaniose tegumentar em AIDS: manifestações clínicas e evolução"
Keywords in Portuguese
Evolução clínica
Infecção
Leishmaniose cutânea
Leishmaniose cutânea/epidemiologia
Síndrome de imunodeficiência adquirida
Abstract in Portuguese
De 12 casos de leishmaniose tegumentar (LT) em AIDS, em São Paulo, sete do levantamento retrospectivo (1990 a 2001) e cinco do prospectivo (2001 a 2004), com contato prévio com área endêmica para leishmanioses, 50% eram usuários de drogas injetáveis (1990-2001). Apresentavam média de linfócitos T CD4+ de 77 células/mm3, um era C2 e 11, C3 (classificação de HIV, segundo CDC) e 70% tinha sorologia positiva para leishmanioses. As manifestações de LT em mucosa e pele eram diversificadas: úlcera única ou lesões múltiplas e polimórficas ou disseminadas, incluindo comprometimento genital em 4 casos. Todos receberam tratamento específico para leishmaniose e 50%, HAART. 50% recidivaram e 50% foram a óbito no período, independentemente do uso do HAART
Title in English
Tegumentary leishmaniasis in AIDS: clinical manifestations and evolution
Keywords in English
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Clinical evolution
Infections
Leishmaniasis cutaneous
Leishmaniasis cutaneous/epidemiology
Abstract in English
From 12 cases of tegumentary leishmaniasis (TL) in AIDS, from São Paulo, seven from retrospective (1990 a 2001) and five from prospective studies (2001 a 2004), with previous contact with endemic areas for leishmaniasis, 50% were endovenous drug users (1990-2001). Presenting mean 77 CD4+ T cells/mm3, one was C2 and 11 were C3 (HIV classification, according to CDC) and 70% had positive serology for leishmaniasis. Presentation of TL in the skin and mucosa were diversified: single or multiple ulcers and polymorphic or disseminated lesions, including lesions in genital area in 4 cases. All were treated with anti-leishmanial drugs and 50% with HAART. 50% presented relapse and 50% died during follow up period, independently of use of HAART
 
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2006-09-15
 
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