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medical journal of australia
Microbiological investigations can provide an early clue to the possibility of unsuspected underlying HIV infection. These case studies were randomly selected from the author's clinical practice and do not represent unusual or uncommon occurrences; they highlight the constant need to ask Could it be HIV? when interpreting laboratory results.
Subject(s)biology , clinical microbiology , clinical practice , family medicine , human immunodeficiency virus (hiv) , immunology , intensive care medicine , medicine , microbiology and biotechnology
SCImago Journal Rank0.904
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