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Research Article

Assessment of Duration of Staying Free from Acquiring Rehappening Opportunistic Infections among Pre-ART People Living with HIV/AIDS between 2008 and 2013

Table 1

The rediagnosed OIs of any type and self-relapse among participants’ in Debre Markos town between 2008 and 2013.

Rediagnosed OIFrequency of overall rediagnosis (%)Self-relapse
Yes (%) No (%)

Recurrent upper respiratory tract infection44 (17.1)9 (20.5)35 (79.5)
Chronic diarrhea38 (14.8)9 (23.7)29 (76.3)
Oral candidacies25 (9.7)1 (4)24 (96)
Pneumonia25 (9.7)4 (16)21 (84)
Herpes Zoster24 (9.3)3 (12.5)21 (87.5)
Extra pulmonary tuberculosis 24 (9.3)1 (4.2)23 (95.8)
Minor mucocutanous manifestation 15 (5.8)2 (13.3)13 (86.7)
Wasting syndrome 9 (3.5)2 (22.2)7 (77.8)
Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy 8 (3.1)1 (12.5)7 (87.5)
Viral infection 6 (2.3)1 (16.7)5 (83.3)
Others 39 (15.2)039 (100)

Total 257 (100)33 (12.8)224 (87.2)

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