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Pediatric AIDS

Introduction: Pediatric AIDS

Description of Pediatric AIDS

Pediatric AIDS (medical condition): Pediatric AIDS is an immune system disease in infants or children caused...more »

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Pediatric AIDS: AIDS in children from birth through adolescence; mostly acquired perinatally from HIV infected mother; some contracted by blood transfusion or sexual abuse.
Source: CRISP

Pediatric AIDS: Related Topics

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Pediatric AIDS as a Disease

Pediatric AIDS (medical condition): See Pediatric AIDS (disease information).
  »Introduction: Pediatric AIDS
  »Symptoms of Pediatric AIDS
  »Treatments for Pediatric AIDS

Pediatric AIDS: Related Diseases

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