Emergency Surgery for Generalized Peritonitis Caused by Cytomegalovirus Colitis in a Patient with AIDS

Albu, Eugene; Mukherjee, Asish; Rao, Devaguptapu; Sehonanda, Antonius; Pai, B. Narayan; Gerst, Paul H.
May 1999
American Surgeon;May1999, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p397
Academic Journal
Discusses the surgical procedure on generalized peritonitis caused by cytomegalovirus infection of the colon in HIV-positive patients. Clinical manifestation of the patient; Details on the surgery; Condition of the patient.


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