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A bibliometric study of the medical literature helps to demonstrate the progression of AIDS as a world health problem and the concomitant expansion of the research effort underway to control it. ... As reflected by a subset of 29,077 MEDLINE records, the literature of AIDS has grown to encompass 29 languages and 65 countries. ... In late 1982, the Centers for Disease Control first used the term acquired immune deficiency syndrome, which gradually became accepted along with the variation, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome  ...pmid:1422512 pmcid:PMC225705 fatcat:l63f56ppf5hlrl27hne6kzyggq
An attempt was made to identify the patterns of the growth in AIDS literature, as well as the types of documents published, authorship, institutional affiliations of authors, and subject content. ... Previous bibliometric studies have shown the emergence of Haiti as a leading country in the production of AIDS literature in the Latin American and Caribbean regions. ... The MeSH term ''Homosexuality'' ranked third, after acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and HIV infections. ...pmid:10658964 pmcid:PMC35198 fatcat:ur6ivqtzyrdp3na7skpefohndi
Cimetidine as a treatment for the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) ~ Evidence from a review of the literature. Private Report, PO Box 39A57, Los Angeles CA 90039. ... Cimetidine as a treatment for the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) — Evidence from a review of the literature. Private Report, PO Box 39A57, Los Angeles CA 90039. ...doi:10.1002/hon.2900020113 fatcat:r7pqlvzmd5d4xoheqqn6ea6dnm
A systematic assessment of recent HIV/AIDS research output from Nigeria is not available. ... Without objective information about the current deficiencies and strengths in the HIV research output from Nigeria, it is difficult to plan substantial improvements in HIV/AIDS research that could enhance ... Acknowledgements The author thanks Elpidoforos S Soteriades and Jose Manuel Ramos for critical review of an earlier version of this manuscript. ...doi:10.1186/1471-2334-8-19 pmid:18302752 pmcid:PMC2268690 fatcat:iplwlatwkraepjjmzn6cdoqrcm
Involvement of the nervous system in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome occurs in about 30% of the cases in published clinical series and in 70%-80% of cases in pathological series. ... Elsewhere there is a useful chapter on Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control Precautions and a stimulating one on the Biology of the human immunodeficiency virus and its role in neurological disease ...doi:10.1136/jnnp.51.9.1243-b fatcat:qv42bxbqdnhajclpv7d7abvmmy
These include diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems as well as primary muscle disorders. ... This presentation focuses on clinical, laboratory, and pathologic features of these disorders. Theories of pathogenesis and currently available treatments are reviewed. ... Neurological man- ifestations of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): experience at the UCSF and review of the lit- erature. J Neurosurg 1985; 62:475—495. . ...pmid:7838163 fatcat:hrwnqbyuw5afzcuw5m4ze2ubda
IntJ Acute cytomegalovirus prostatitis in AIDS Genitourinary tract disorders are common in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) including a wide spectrum of abnor-malities due to an AIDS-related ... absence of other infecting agents, also has been implicated as a cause of prostatic abnormalities.2 In the current literature we rarely find reports of prostatitis caused by cytomegalovirus (CMV) in HIV-positive ... Acute cytomegalovirus prostatitis in AIDS Genitourinary tract disorders are common in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) including a wide spectrum of abnor-malities due to an AIDS-related neoplasm ...doi:10.1136/sti.72.6.447 fatcat:5z3myb543bgdpg7tztlt42liii
The prevention of AIDS* The papers in this special issue of the Journal dealing with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) constitute an urgent call to action. The problem is: What action? ... Sidel VW: The fabric of public health. Am J Pub Health 1986; 76:373-378. Fear of AIDS* Americans in general are still influenced by the fear of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). ...pmid:3473328 fatcat:kdf5mrvs75afddxzlv2razx5ky
In the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), cytokines elicited by primary and secondary infections seem to exert subtle and sustained effects on behavioral, hormonal, and metabolic axes, and their ... In this review we first examine the interacting factors contributing to the AIDS wasting syndrome. ... AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; HIV, human immunodefi- ciency virus. TABLE I . ...doi:10.1016/s0899-9007(98)00108-7 pmid:9834928 pmcid:PMC7135128 fatcat:ewg7wvdfovd4bk73zdvsatzcny
Purpose: To determine the clinical characteristics and the pattern of various mucocutaneous manifestations in Human immunodeficiency virus/Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) patients at Intermediate ... The study subject was classified as all HIV-AIDS patients with mucocutaneous manifestations treated in Intermediate Care and Infectious Diseases Dr. ... disorders occur in almost every patient during the course of HIV/AIDS disease, either as a result of acquired immunodeficiency or as a result of therapy. ...doi:10.20473/bikk.v33.3.2021.156-161 fatcat:4rapniofebcwjfme5kmp354fa4
Volberding, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, USA AIDS Abstracts - International Literature on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome and Related Retroviruses - is a monthly current awareness ... details of the most recent papers published in AIDS and HIV. ...
Combining service delivery is a future challenge necessitated by today's joint epidemics of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and chemical dependence. ... Primary care clinicians are acquiring an increasingly important role in preventing, diagnosing, and treating both chemical dependence and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) illness. ... As of January 2, 1989, of the 81,418 cases of adult AIDS reported to the Centers for Disease Control, 6,983 (8%) were women, of whom 3,622 (52%) were ...pmid:2190422 pmcid:PMC1002407 fatcat:own76iawo5bjtg72v3wtcdlfuu
Volberding, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, USA AIDS Abstracts - International Literature on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome and Related Retroviruses - is a monthly current awareness ... journal which provides full details of the most recent papers published on AIDS and HIV. ...
We examined the peripheral auditory system and the auditory brainstem pathway of children with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). ... The children with AIDS more frequently had abnormal results than did their matched controls, presenting either peripheral or auditory brainstem impairment. ... The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), an etiological agent responsible for severe impairments in the immune response of the affected individual ...doi:10.1590/s1413-86702006000400010 pmid:17293909 fatcat:2fbvjoye2ndm3ifynwtmpmxecq
A critical review of human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome-related research: the knowledge, attitudes, and practice of nurses. ... Refusal to care for patients with human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: issue and responses. Journal of Professional Nursing, 8, 221-230. ...doi:10.1080/09540129650125669 pmid:8863918 fatcat:prlaemgsnvaj3lurnf2fxcrxba
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