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HIV and Enteropathy
Table of Contents

Fundamentals of HIV Medicine: 2007 Edition (textbook) (For Reference Purposes)


Epidemiology and Prevention
Chapter 1: Epidemiology and Classification
Chapter 2: Transmission
Chapter 3: HIV Transmission Prevention
Chapter 4: Infection Control

HIV-Related Basic Science
Chapter 5: HIV Virology
Chapter 6: Immunology

Clinical Management
Chapter 7: Detection and Diagnosis
Chapter 8: HIV Pre- and Post- Diagnosis Counseling
Chapter 9: History
Chapter 10: Physical Examination and Lab Evaluation
Chapter 11: Syndromic Evaluation for Differential Diagnosis
Chapter 12: Health Maintenance
Chapter 13: Hospital, Clinic, and In-Home Care Management
Chapter 14: Pain Management
Chapter 15: Issues in Specific Patient Population
Chapter 16: Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Approaches
Chapter 17: Coordination of Care
Chapter 18: Palliative Care and End-of-Life Support
Chapter 19: HIV-Specific Medication
Chapter 20: Opportunistic Infections
Chapter 21: Malignancies and Neoplasms
Chapter 22: Dermatologic Complications
Chapter 23: Dental/Oral and ENT Complications
Chapter 24: Endocrine Disorders
Chapter 25: Gynecologic Complications
Chapter 26: Non-Ol Respiratory Complications
Chapter 27: Psychiatric Complications
Chapter 28: Neurologic Complications
Chapter 29: Gastrointestinal Complications
Chapter 30: Hepatobiliary Complications
Chapter 31: Ocular Complications
Chapter 32: Hematologic Complications
Chapter 33: Cardiac Complications
Chapter 34: Renal Complications
Chapter 35: Musculoskeletal Complications
Chapter 36: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Chapter 37: Pharmacology/Pharmacokinetics
Chapter 38: Important Treatment and Regimen Selection Considerations
Chapter 39: Therapy in Treatment-Naïve Patients
Chapter 40: Adherence Issues
Chapter 41: Monitoring
Chapter 42: Resistance
Chapter 43: Therapy in Antiretroviral-Experienced Patients
Chapter 44: Complications of Treatment
Chapter 45: Stopping or Interrupting Therapy
Chapter 46: Investigational Antiretroviral Medications and Strategies
Chapter 47: Pregnancy
Chapter 48: Pre-exposure and Post-exposure Prophylaxis
Chapter 49: Immune-Based and Genetic Therapies

Social and Economic Issues
Chapter 50: Psychosocial and Economic Issues
Chapter 51: Healthcare System Economic Issues
Chapter 52: Legal Issues

Clinical Research
Chapter 53: Research Design and Analysis
Chapter 54: Ethical Issues in Performing HIV Research


Fundamentals of HIV Medicine 2010-2011 CD Update

Chapter 1: Epidemiology

Chapter 2: HIV Primary Care

Chapter 3: Co-morbid Medical Problems and the HIV + Patient
3.1: Aging and HIV
3.2: Neurology Update
3.3: Cardiovascular Disease
3.4: Metabolic and Endocrine Diseases
3.5: Bone Disease and HIV
3.6: Opportunistic Infections
3.7: HIV and HCV Co-infection
3.8: HIV/Hepatitis B Co-infection: Update 2010

Chapter 4: Treatment for HIV Infection
4.1: Update on the Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents
in HIV-1-Infected Adults and Adolescents
4.2: Antiretroviral Treatment and Pharmacokinetics in Pregnancy
4.3: Update on the Use of Boosted Protease Inhibitors (PIs)
4.4: NNRTIs-Etravirine
4.5: New Agents in the Treatment of HIV Disease: A Review of
Integrase Inhibitors and CCR 5 Co-Receptor Antagonists
4.6: Chemokine Co-receptor Antagonists
4.7: Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS) Update

Chapter 5: HIV Vaccines