|Title:||HIV infection in patients with tuberculosis in Baghdad [1996-1998]|
|Authors:||Abdul Abbas, A.J.|
Al Delami, A.M.
|Abstract:||A three-staged prospective study involving 430 patients with tuberculosis was conducted at the Tuberculosis Institute, Baghdad during 1996-98. Of the 430 patients, 270 were males, 370 patients were diagnosed as pulmonary tuberculosis and 60 patients had extrapulmonary tuberculosis. Considering some risk factors for human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] infection, 11 patients had tattoos, 13 were prisoners and 5 were barbers. All the patients were tested for HIV infection and all were negative|
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