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Mycobacterial Infections in HIV

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  • List the recommended treatment regimens for mycobacterial infections (especially non-TB mycobacterial infections) among HIV-infected persons. With particular emphasis on drug-drug interactions between antimycobacterial and antiretroviral medications, respectively.
  • List the most common mycobacterial infections — including, in particular, non-tuberculous (non-TB) mycobacterial infections — occurring among persons with HIV infection.
  • Describe the clinical manifestations of mycobacterial infections (especially those due to non-TB mycobacteria) among persons with HIV infection. Including clinical manifestations associated with immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS).


Presented by:

H. Gene Stringer, Jr., MD
Infectious Diseases Section
Department of Medicine
Morehouse School of Medicine

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