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Clinical Application of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance in ART-Treated AIDS Males with Short Disease Duration
Cardiac complications are common in antiretroviral therapy-treated (ART-treated) acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) patients, and the incidence increases with age. Myocardial injury in ART-treated AIDS patients with a relatively longer disease duration has been evaluated. However, there is no relevant study on whether patients with a short AIDS duration have cardiac dysfunction. Thirty-seven ART-treated males with AIDS and eighteen healthy controls (HCs) were prospectively included fordoi:10.3390/diagnostics12102417 pmid:36292106 pmcid:PMC9601106 fatcat:nhkx7s5y7rgkdnq72iqlap7ziu