32 year old male, driver by occupation, presented with complaints of: Swallowing difficulty, both for solids & liquids since 2 months, weakness in Rt. Upper & Lower limb with difficulty in lifting & holding objects with right hand - 15 days, difficulty in walking - 15 days.
36 y/o HIV seropositive male with pulmonary koch and CNS tuberculomas admits with c/o abdominal pain, swelling of both LL, fever, decreased urine output, scrotal swelling and pain. H/o night sweats and weight loss. Baseline CD4= 175. MRI brain s/o lesion in Lt. occipital region.
An HIV vaccine's primary goal would be to prevent establishment of an HIV infection. There are secondary (control of infection) and teriary (reduce HIV transmission) goals as well. In this session, Dr. Robb explores the data on what's needed, what's been done and the current work in the quest for a vaccine.
Dr. Merin Robb, Director of HIV Vaccine Research, US
Obstructive jaundice benefits from multidisciplinary management. In this session, through case presentation and discussion, learn more about causes of hepatobiliary obstruction, imaging modalities, and management.
Drs. Timothy Kumuli, Christopher Opio & Michael Kawooya
An international grand rounds session between Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS), Addis Ababba University, and Johns Hopkins - Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV, Where are we now?
Neurologic complications occur in more than 40% of patients with HIV infection. This session reviews select cases from autopsies of HIV patients at Makerere University where CNS infections were involved.