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Management of a patient with advanced AIDS and toxic epidermal necrolysis using human growth hormone and G-CSF


, : Management of a patient with advanced AIDS and toxic epidermal necrolysis using human growth hormone and G-CSF. Aids Patient Care and Stds 11(3): 125-129

Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a serious drug reaction that occurs with increased frequency among those affected with HIV/AIDS. It carries a grave prognosis for those with advanced AIDS and massive skin involvement.


Accession: 002889734

PMID: 11361785

DOI: 10.1089/apc.1997.11.125

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