Author(s): Fichtenbaum CJ, Hadigan CM, Kotler DP, Pierone G Jr, Sax PE,
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Abstract OBJECTIVE: Clinicians are increasingly challenged by presentation of morphologic and metabolic complications in HIV-infected patients. These complications are associated with HIV infection and/or combination antiretroviral therapy. This Consensus Statement is intended to offer guidance to clinicians actively involved in HIV/AIDS care. PARTICIPANTS: Seven clinicians with expertise in HIV medicine were invited by the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care (IAPAC) to serve on an ad hoc Advisory Committee. CONSENSUS PROCESS: IAPAC convened the Advisory Committee to develop a draft Consensus Statement. Each clinician was tasked with drafting a specific section of the Consensus Statement corresponding with his or her expertise around a morphologic and/or metabolic complication. Scientific and clinical research, and other data in published literature and abstracts from scientific conferences were considered by strength of evidence. This document represents the consensus agreement of the Advisory Committee.
This article was published in IAPAC Mon
and referenced in Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques