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Microbes, Viruses and Parasites in AIDS Process

The main goal in compiling this book was to highlight the situation in Africa in terms of AIDS and opportunistic diseases. Several chapters reveal great poverty, an apocalyptic situation in many parts of Africa. Global migration of people resulted in their exposure to pathogens from all over the world. This fact has to be acknowledged and accepted as African reality. New, unconventional hypotheses, not determined by established dogmas, have been incorporated into the book, although they have not yet been sufficiently validated experimentally. It still applies that any dogma in any area of science, and medicine in particular, has and always will hinder progress. According to some biologists, in the future, AIDS is very likely to occur in a number of variations, as a direct result of the ongoing processes in the global human society. Thus, we urgently need a comprehensive solution for AIDS, in order to be ready to fight other, much more dangerous intruders.

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Microbes, Viruses and Parasites in AIDS ProcessEdited by Vladimír Zajac

Published: October 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/1143

ISBN: 978-953-307-601-0

Copyright year: 2011

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1. Clinical Manifestations of HIV-Infection in the Era of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy

By Sara Guillén, Luis Prieto, Marta Ruiz Jiménez and José T. Ramos

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2. HIV-1 Super Infection

By Maria Pernas and Cecilio López-Galindez

1088

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3. HIV/Aids Fact Sheet – Predisposing Factors the Nigeria Situation

By Dibua Uju

5379

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4. Pearls and Pitfalls of HIV-1 Serologic Laboratory Testing

By Jiasheng Shao, Yunzhi Zhang, Yi-Wei Tang and Hongzhou Lu

1819

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5. The Sub-Saharan African HIV Epidemic - “Successes and Challenges”

By Roos E. Barth and Andy I.M. Hoepelman

900

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6. AIDS and Opportunistic Infections

By Aydin Çiledağ and Demet Karnak

1975

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7. Pneumocystis jirovecii Pneumonia in AIDS Patients

By Jose M. Varela, Francisco J. Medrano, Eduardo Dei-Cas and Enrique J. Calderón

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8. Bacterial and Parasitic Agents of Infectious Diarrhoea in the Era of HIV and AIDS - The Case of a Semi Rural Community in South Africa

By Samie A., Bessong P.O., Obi C.L., Dillingham R. and Guerrant R.L.

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9. Reducing Urogenital Infections Including HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa - Can Probiotics Be a Viable Paradigm?

By Kingsley C. Anukam, Enya B. Bassey and Emmanuel O. Osazuwa

1904

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10. Poverty, Parasitosis and HIV/AIDS - Major Health Concerns in Tanzania

By Kennedy Daniel Mwambete and Mary Justin-Temu

2903

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11. Collaborative Approach to Prevent Leprosy and HIV Coinfection in Abia, Ebonyi and Oyo States of Nigeria - Best Practices for a Healthier Population

By Ezinne E. Enwereji, Chukwunenye I. Okereke and Kelechi O. Enwereji

1600

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12. The Impact Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Infrastructures Have on People Living with HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe

By Natasha Potgieter,Tendayi B. Mpofu and Tobias G. Barnard

1336

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13. Mycotic Leukonychia in HIV Patients

By Patricia Chang, Gabriela Moreno-Coutiño and Roberto Arenas

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14. Cryptosporidiosis - From Epidemiology to Treatment

By Anane Sonia

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15. Toxoplasmosis in HIV/AIDS Patients - A Living Legacy

By Veeranoot Nissapatorn

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16. Use of Polymerase Chain Reaction for the Determination of About 2.5 kb fpvA and fpvB Gene Sequences in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Strains

By Julie Osaretin Osayande

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17. The Role of Bacteria and Yeasts in AIDS

By Vladimír Zajac, Zuzana Adamcikova, Vladimir Holec, Katarina Hainova, Viola Stevurkova, Lenka Wachsmannova and Vladimir Krcmery

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