Case 1: Cavitary Infiltrate. By: Emily J. Erbelding, M.D., M.P.H. Johns Hopkins AIDS Service. A 41 year old woman with AIDS presented to the emergency department with fevers, and night sweats. HIV infection had been diagnosed 4 years prior, with a CD4 cell count of 11/mm3 at an outpatient visit 3
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