September 2006
Modern Pathology;Sep2006 Suppelment 3, Vol. 19, p127
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of research on HIV/AIDS. They include "Correlation Between MR Images and Pathology of CNS Infections in Aids," "The Impact of HIV on Maternal Mortality in Mozambique: An Autopsy Study," and "Improving Laboratory Testing in Resource Poor Countries."


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