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Atypical presentation of HIV in a pregnant patient


, : Atypical presentation of HIV in a pregnant patient. Ulster Medical Journal 75(2): 160-161


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Walzer, C.; Kubber Heiss, A.; Bauder, B., 2003: Spontaneous uterine fibroleiomyoma in a captive cheetah. Information on uterine neoplasia in felids and more so in non-domestic felids is sparse. In non-domestic felids, this may be due to the small sample size. A uterine fibroleiomyoma is described in a 17-year-old captive cheetah. The multicentric nod...