Aids acquired immune deficiency syndrome is the final and most serious stage of hiv disease which causes severe damage to the immune system the centers for disease control has defined aids as beginning when a person with hiv infection has a cd4 cell also called t cell a type of immune cell count below 200. Get this from a library pathology of aids textbook and atlas of diseases associated with acquired immune deficiency syndrome harry l ioachim. Pathology of aids textbook and atlas of diseases associated with acquired immune deficiency syndrome by harry l ioachim 243 pp with 450 illus 14950 philadelphia pa jb lippincott 1989 less than a decade has passed since the first descriptions in the literature of a newly identified. The first cases of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome aids were reported in 1981 but it is now clear that cases of the disease had been occurring unrecognized for at least 4 years before its identification the disease is characterized by a susceptibility to infection with opportunistic pathogens or by the occurrence of an aggressive form of kaposis sarcoma or b cell lymphoma
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