A March (@2.1) vs B Stevens (@1.67)

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The entire genitalia and anal canal should be inspected carefully for visual signs of warts, intraepithelial neoplasia, or invasive cancer. Clinicians should be aware of such cytology and histology terms (Table 11). Cervical cytology, tissue histology, or both should be performed according to the schedule described in the following sections. The same cytology (Papanicolaou or Pap test) and colposcopic techniques used to detect CIN among HIV-seronegative women should be used in HIV-seropositive patients (904).

vivax, and chloroquine-sensitive P. ovale, chloroquine-sensitive P. malariae, P. For pregnant women with a diagnosis of uncomplicated chloroquine-resistant P. For pregnant women with a diagnosis of uncomplicated malaria caused by P. vivax, treatment with quinine for 7 days is recommended (AIII). falciparum, prompt treatment with chloroquine is recommended (1251). falciparum malaria, prompt treatment with quinine and clindamycin is recommended. For pregnant women with a diagnosis of chloroquine-resistant P.

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Persons with latent syphilis and a normal CSF examination should be treated with benzathine penicillin, 2.4 million units IM weekly for 3 weeks (BIII); certain specialists also recommend adding a neurosyphilis regimen in this setting (CIII). Persons with late-latent syphilis should have a repeat CSF examination and be retreated if they have clinical signs or symptoms of syphilis, have a fourfold increase in serum nontreponemal test titer, or experience an inadequate serologic response (less than four-fold decline in nontreponemal test titer) within 12--24 months of therapy (BIII). If the CSF examination is consistent with CNS involvement, retreatment should follow the neurosyphilis recommendations (AIII). Retreatment for neurosyphilis should then be considered if the CSF WBC count has not decreased 6 months after completion of treatment or if the CSF-VDRL remains reactive 2 years after treatment (BIII).

Ocular infections caused by microsporidia should be treated with topical Fumidil B (fumagillin bicylohexylammonium) in saline (to achieve a concentration of 70 g/mL of fumagillin) (BII) (273). Therefore, the use of albendazole as a companion systemic agent to fumagillin is recommended in ocular infections (BIII). Although clearance of microsporidia from the eye can be demonstrated, the organism often is still present systemically and can be detected in urine or in nasal smears. Topical fumagillin is the only formulation available for treatment in the United States and is investigational.

HIV-infected patients have a higher frequency of isolated anti-HBc, particularly those patients with underlying hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection (972). The clinical significance of isolated anti-HBc is unknown (968--971). Certain specialists recommend that HIV-infected persons with anti-HBc alone should be tested for HBV DNA before vaccination for HBV or before initiating ART because of the risk for reactivation of HBV and the occurrence of IRIS. The prevalence of HBV DNA in HIV-infected patients with isolated anti-HBc ranges from 1% to -45% (973,974), with most having low levels. Some patients test positive for anti-HBc alone, which might signify a false-positive result; exposure in the past with subsequent loss of anti-HBs; or "occult" HBV infection, which can be confirmed by detection of HBV DNA (968,969).

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A pregnant women who is >20 weeks of gestation should not lie flat on her back but should have her left hip elevated with a wedge to displace the uterus off the great vessels and prevent supine hypotension. Oxygenation should be monitored when pregnant patients are positioned such that ventilation or perfusion might be compromised. Other procedures necessary for diagnosis of suspected OIs should be performed in pregnancy as indicated for nonpregnant patients.

An immediate loop electrosurgical excision or colposcopy with endocervical assessment is an acceptable method for managing women with HSIL (BII). A cytological result of HSIL identifies a woman at high risk for high-grade CIN or invasive cervical cancer. ASCCP guidelines should be followed if the colposcopy is satisfactory and no lesion or only CIN 1 is identified, or the colposcopy is unsatisfactory, or CIN 2 or 3 is found.

For persons who are allergic to penicillin or who have received a beta-lactam within the previous 3 months, an oral respiratory fluoroquinolone (moxifloxacin, levofloxacin [750 mg/day], or gemifloxacin) should be used (AII). Thus, fluoroquinolones should be used with caution in patients in whom TB is suspected but who are not being treated with concurrent standard four-drug TB therapy. Thus, persons with TB who are treated with fluoroquinolone monotherapy might respond initially, but this response might be misleading, might delay the diagnosis of TB and the initiation of appropriate multi-drug therapy, and might increase the risk for transmission of TB. Respiratory fluoroquinolones are active against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Because HIV-infected persons have an increased incidence of TB and the presentation of TB can be varied in HIV-infected persons, fluoroquinolones should be used only when the presentation strongly suggests bacterial pneumonia.

Itraconazole is an acceptable though less effective alternative (BI) (602). Limited data are available for the newer triazoles, voriconazole and posaconazole, as either primary or follow-up therapy for patients with cryptococcosis. This therapy should continue for 8 weeks (AI) (595,596,602). Voriconazole should be used cautiously with HIV PIs and efavirenz. After at least a 2-week period of successful induction therapy, defined as substantial clinical improvement and a negative CSF culture after repeat lumbar puncture, amphotericin B and flucytosine may be discontinued and follow-up therapy initiated with fluconazole 400 mg daily (AI).


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The Bethesda system has classified AGC into three categories: AGC, either endocervical, endometrial, or glandular cells not otherwise specified ("AGC NOS"); AGC, either endocervical or glandular cells favor neoplasia ("AGC favor neoplasia"); and endocervical adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS). Endometrial sampling is recommended in conjunction with colposcopy and endocervical sampling in women 35 years of age and older (BII). AGC on cytology is associated with greater risk for CIN and glandular neoplasia than ASC-US or LSIL. Colposcopy with endocervical sampling is recommended for all the subcategories of AGC and AIS (AII). ASCCP guidelines should be followed for women under the age of 35 and for subsequent evaluation of AGC.