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Abstract

Two fatal cases of septicaemia in patients with AIDS were characterised by severe HIV-related immunodeficiency, negative stool cultures and presentation during hospitalisation, developing a clinical picture of fulminant septic shock despite therapy with appropriate antibiotics. spp. are important opportunist pathogens in HIV disease and may cause a septicaemic illness in the absence of enteric disease.

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1999-06-01
2019-10-14
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