Department of Medicine Education Conference (DMEC)-17298-------3/18/2014, Stanton Gerber Hall
'Granulomatous Lung Diseases in HIV', Dima Youssef, M.D.
Dr. Youssef reports there is NOT any relevant financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent
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This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
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Review the most common causes of granulomatous inflammation in the lungs          
Recognize the risk factors for developing pulmonary granulomas in HIV          
Differential diagnosis based on the setting          
Different treatment options          
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A patient with HIV-AIDS on treatment for tubercular lymphadenitis develops a gross increase in the size of lymph nodes after receiving antiretroviral therapy for four weeks.
Laboratory tests show a doubling of his CD4 count. What is the most likely reason for this?
A). Multi-drug persistent TB-- B). Drug defaulter for anti- TB drugs-- C). Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome-- D). Poor compliance for antiretroviral therapy
Correct answer is: C        
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