Pages: 150 - 152
Authors: Shadmanov M. A., Mamasaliev N. S.
Abstract: The results of clinical and population-based analysis of 507 HIV-infected population with an infection of the urinary tract (HIVUTI). It is proved that the implementation of results of specific epidemiological studies in practice are potentially capable of interrupting the formation of the final “hard points” from HIVUTI: in 80–85% of cases, improving prognosis and determine effective ways to prevent HIVUTI still in preclinical stages
Keywords: urinary tract infections, HIV-infection, HIV-population
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