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  ENGLISH TITLE      Generalized hyperpigmentation caused by Addison’s disease in a patient with HIV/aids and multiple opportunistic infections.
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Pramono LA
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Purnamasari D
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Tarigan TJE
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Yunir E
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Yunihastuti E
  PERSONAL AUTHOR(S)      Panjaitan S
  SOURCE DOCUMENT      J ASEAN Fed Endo Soc 2015 Nov 30(2):169-173
  ENCODER      Yssa
  PHYSICAL CLASSIFICATION      PR
  TYPE OF MATERIAL/DOCUMENT      AR
  LANGUAGE OF TEXT      En
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      ADDISON DISEASE
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTIONS
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      HYPERPIGMENTATION
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      HIV
  SUBJECT HEADINGS (MESH)      ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME
  KEYWORDS (NON-MESH)     
  ABSTRACT      One of the neglected complications of patients with HIV/AIDS is primary adrenal insufficiency also known as Addison’s disease. This condition can be caused by several mechanisms, such as tuberculosis, CMV, cryptococcal, or HIV-related adrenalitis, and also drugs commonly used for HIV/AIDS especially antifungal therapy. This is a case report of a man infected with HIV/AIDS and multiple opportunistic infections. He reported darkening of the skin and reduction of body hair 4 months after diagnosis of HIV/AIDS. From the clinical features and laboratory examinations, he was diagnosed as having primary adrenal insufficiency and was then treated with long term corticosteroids. (Auth)
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