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Recurrent oral lesions especially oral candidiasis, oral hairy leukoplakia, necrotizing periodontal conditions and oral ulcers in a HIV/AIDS infected patient already on ART warrants the ART failure and need to change the regimen in such patient alongwith the reassessment of immune status.
6 Increased frequency of mucositis, oral ulcers, oral hairy leukoplakia (OHL), and chronic periodontitis was seen in ART group as compared to Non-ART group.
Oral hairy leukoplakia was more prevalent among patients with VL > 100,000 copies/mL than among those with undetectable VL and with < 10,000 copies/mL (p < 0.
Oral hairy leukoplakia (OHL) has also been reported with prevalences varying from 2.
Antiretroviral therapy-with and without protease inhibition-appears to protect against oral candidiasis and has no relationship to the occurrence of oral hairy leukoplakia.
Oral hairy leukoplakia is a common, benign, opportunistic EBV infection of the oral cavity of patients with HIV.
Oral hairy leukoplakia in 71 HIV-seropositive patients: clinical symptoms, relation to immunologic status, and prognostic significance.
Clinical and histologic spectrum of oral hairy leukoplakia.
Oral hairy leukoplakia with extensive oral mucosal involvement.
Comparison of the efficacy of surgery and acyclovir therapy in oral hairy leukoplakia.
Use of exfoliative cytology in the diagnosis of oral hairy leukoplakia.
4 [degrees] F or 38 [degrees] C) Weight loss ([is greater than or equal to 10%] of baseline) Oral candidiasis Oral hairy leukoplakia Recurrent herpes zoster Diarrhea, and * Interference in activities of daily living (ADL) resulting in: Marked restriction of ADL such that the individual needs help with most activities, including climbing stairs, shopping, cooking, housework; or Deficiencies of concentration, persistence, or pace resulting in frequent failure to complete tasks in a timely manner