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Problem X - Session 2 by Mind Map: Problem X - Session 2
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Problem X - Session 2

Step 6

Review Session 1 and Share Findings

HIV, its a bloodborne virus, transmission, sexual, parental, mother to child, breast feeding, birth, types, 1, developed countries, america, 2, developing, africa, virus load less, less likely to develop AIDS, milder, lower transmission, SSx, asymptomatic phase is benign, generalized lymphadenopathy, usually the presenting Sx, dementia, encephalopathy, wasting syndrome, diarrhea, weight loss, meningitis, pneumonia, colitis, retinitis, RF, unprotected sex, multiple partners, receptive anal, sharing needles, blood transfusion before 1985, maternal, mucosal contact with infected people, pathophysiology, RNA virus infect CD4, reduce immunity, neoplasm, complications, CNS, chronic psychiatric disorders, lymphoma, toxoplasmosis, brain abscess, encephalopathy, end disease, cryptococcal meningitis, Hema, thrombocytopenia, coagulation abnormalities, multiple myeloma, chronic anemia, CVS, CA calcification, endocarditis, endothelial dysfunction, Respiratory, TB, MAC, can disseminate to other systems, pulmonary HTN, GI, wasting syndrome, persistent diarrhea, weight loss, colitis, esophagitis, Renal, HIV associated nephropathy, endocrine, hypogonadism, impaired glucose and lipid metabolism, ovarian failure, MSK, myopathy, osteoporosis, osteopenia, Neoplasms, anal cancer, HPV, cervical cancer, kaposi sarcoma, opportunistic infection, candidiasis

SE of metronidazole and ARV, metronidazole, diarrhea, back pain, dizziness, loss of balance, N&V, confusion and agitation, ARV, combo of 3 antiviral drugs to reduce progression and opportunistic infections, N&V, thrombocytopenia, anemia, lipodystrophy, rashes

30 mins

Step 7

Information Inquiry and Gathering

40 mins


Physical Examination


Step 8

Diagnostic Decision


oppotuninstic infection with, candida, crytosporidium