Ultrasound: reactive axillary and nuchal lymphadenopathy no hepatosplenomegaly Echocardiography: unremarkable CT (Cranium, Thorax, Abdomen): no destruction of bone structures Eye examination: no lesions Medical check-up
Azithromycin 500mg once daily p. o. –Prophylaxis against atypical mycobacteria –Once daily-administration ART: Tenofovir/Emtricitabin + Darunavir/r PCP-prophylaxis: Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim Therapy
Bacillary Angiomatosis Systemic infection caused by Bart. henselae (contact with cats) or quintana (homelessness; lice) Immunocompromised patients (HIV/AIDS) correlation between number of lesions and severity of immunosuppression Rash (84%), fever (62%), lymphadenopathy (45%), weight loss (35%), liver/spleen (32%), bone (16%), CNS (8%) Gasquet et al, 1998. AIDS 12: 1793-1803
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