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Aids With Toxoplasmosis (disorder): Disease Bioinformatics

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) represents the most advanced stage of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus. In a healthy person, the immune system would have no problem fighting off toxoplasmosis. Hoever, if you have Aids, meaning that your CD4+ count is below 200, your immune system is practically disabled and powerless against taxoplasmosis. Taxoplasmosis can be found in undercooked meat or soil, particularly in areas where there is dog or cat faeces. Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole is the dug of choice to prevent taxoplasmosis, but not for treating the active disease. Medications such as sulfadiazine and clindamycin cna be used to treat active Aids with Taxoplasmosis.

Aids With Toxoplasmosis (disorder) Bioinformatics Tool

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Aids With Toxoplasmosis (disorder) is also known as Aids With Toxoplasmosis.