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Internal Medicine
Clinical Stage 1
•
Asymptomatic
•
Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy (PGL)(PGL-is defined as the presence of
lymph node
> 1cm, in two extra inguinal sites and persisting for more than three
months)
Clinical Stage 2s
•
Unexplained moderate weight loss ( < 10 % of body weight )
•
Recurrent upper respiratory tract infections ( sinusitis , tonsillitis , otitis media , and
pharyngitis )
•
Minor mucocutaneous manifestations (seborrheic dermatitis, fungal nail infections,
recurrent oral ulcerations, angular chelitis)
•
Herpes zoster within the past 5 years (single dermatome)
Clinical Stage 3
•
Unexplained sever weight loss (>10% of body weight )
•
Unexplained chronic diarrhea longer than 1 month
•
Unexplained prolonged fever > 1 month
•
Persistent Oral candidiasis (thrush)
•
Oral hairy leukoplakia
•
Pulmonary tuberculosis
•
Severe bacterial infection (pneumonia, pyomyositis, empyema, meningitis, bateremia)
•
Acute necrotizing ulcerative stomatitis, ginigivitis, or periodentitis
•
Unexplained
anemia
(<
8
gm/dl),
neutropenia
500/mm3,
and
or
chronic
thrombocythopenia ( < 50, 000/mm )
Clinical Stage 4
•
HIV wasting syndrome
•
Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
•
CNS toxoplasmosis
•
Cryptosporidiosis or Isosporosis related watery diarrhea > 1 month ,
•
Extrapulmonary cryptococcosis
•
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease of an organ other than liver, spleen, or lymph nodes
(e.g. retinitis)
•
Chronic Herpes simplex ( HSV) infection – orolabial, genital anorectal lasting for more
than 1 month
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