SIGN AND PICTURES OF CLINICAL AIDS
[* Kaposi’s sarcoma on the skin of an AIDS patient. The most common tumor in HIV-infected persons.]
AIDS SKIN LESSION
Early Kaposi’s sarcoma in the skin.source : (© H.J. Leu, Pathol. Inst. Univ. Zurich)
Oral hairy leucoplakia (OHL) is a very typical clinical picture in HIV-infected persons and often presages an imminent transition to the AIDS stage. source : (© D. Lynch, Univ.of Texas, Houston)
Kaposi’s sarcoma in the palate of an AIDS patient who survived for about another six months.
Pronounced emaciation (cachexia, marasmus) in a young man who died of AIDS with dry, atrophically thinned and discoloured skin and individual foci of Kaposi’s sarcoma.
(source : © F.D. Göbel, Univ. Munich)
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