Pathology Research International / 2011 / Article / Fig 1

Review Article

Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Associated Gastrointestinal Disease: Common Endoscopic Biopsy Diagnoses

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Endoscopic features of HIV-associated GI pathology. (a, b) Esophageal candidiasis: creamy mucosal plaques, (c) esophageal ulceration, (d) duodenal giardiasis, (e) intestinal cryptosporidiosis, with granular, friable mucosa, (f) ileal lymphoid hyperplasia, (g) bacterial colitis, (h) colonic ulceration, and (i) proctitis.
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