F031 - Dermatologic Manifestations of HIV and AIDS
Friday, February 16; 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Identify cutaneous manifestations of HIV and AIDS.
- Manage cutaneous manifestations of HIV and AIDS.
HIV and AIDS patients develop unique infectious and non-infectious cutaneous diseases, many of which carry significant morbidity and mortality. The rise of antiretroviral therapy has decreased the prevalence of these complications in the U.S., decreasing familiarity with these diseases among U.S. dermatologists. However, opportunistic infections, HIV-associated malignancies, hypersensitivity reactions to HIV therapies, and severe primary inflammatory dermatoses persist in certain HIV-infected populations in the developed world, and remain common in developing nations. This case-based session will use patient encounters from the U.S., Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, and Latin America to highlight diagnosis and management of HIV-related skin diseases.
This activity has been approved by the American Board of Dermatology (ABD) for up to 20 MOC Component 2 Self-Assessment points. For more information about MOC, please visit the ABD website at www.abderm.org.
- Chang, Aileen, MD: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Enterprises – E(S);
- Freeman, Esther Ellen, MD, PhD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Kovarik, Carrie L., MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Lipworth, Adam D., MD: Modernizing Medicine – SH(ST);
- Maurer, Toby A., MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Saavedra, Arturo P., MD, PhD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
Friday, February 16
Dr. Freeman / Introduction
Dr. Freeman / HIV-Associated Cancer: Kaposi's sarcoma
Dr. Chang / Bacterial And Parasitic Infections
Dr. Lipworth / Viral And Fungal Infections
Dr. Maurer / HIV-Associated Cutaneous Inflammatory Conditions
Dr. Saavedra / Cutaneous Drug Reactions And Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS)
Dr. Kovarik / HIV-Associated Cancer: HPV-related