HIV/AIDS in the Post-HAART Era: Manifestations, Treatment, and Epidemiology

ISBN: 978-1-60795-105-6





July 2011
ISBN 978-1-60795-105-6
Price $150.00
1048 pages, 137 images
John C. Hall, MD                            
Department of Medical Dermatology                                             
University of Missouri—Kansas City
Department of Dermatology, St. Luke’s Hospital
Dermatology Staff, Kansas City Free Health Clinic
Kansas City, Missouri

Brian J. Hall, MD
Departments of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
University of Utah School of Medicine
Salt Lake City, Utah

Clay J. Cockerell, MD
Director of the Division of Dermatopathology
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Medical Director,Cockerell & Associates
Dermpath Diagnostics
Dermatopathology Laboratories
Dallas, Texas

A landmark book about the single most important disease of the last 30 years, this will be a reference and text of current methods of diagnosis and therapy for all aspects and clinical manifestations of AIDS.

The science of the virus and its effects and the clinical approaches to its treatment and transmission prevention are placed in the context of the history and epidemiology of the HIV-AIDS pandemic. Each organ system of the body is explored as to manifestations of the disease, treatment now and in the future, as well as what the disease has taught us about the immune response.

No other text provides the historical and epidemiological context of this disease along with an update of diagnosis and treatment. The underlying science and epidemiology of AIDS are not neglected, so the student or clinician who is treating patients with AIDS can gain a full understanding of HIV/AIDS in individual patients and in their communities.


  • Comprehensive AIDS textbook
  • Basic science history to current technology and treatment to the future clinic


·         Robert Gallo

·         Joep Lange

·         Hiroaki Mitsuya

·         Justin Stebbing

·         Pedro Cahn

·         Ying Ru-Lo

·         Marie-Louise Newell

·         Donna Hubbard McCree

·         Julio Montaner

·         Lars Kallings

·         Quarraisha Abdool Karim

·         Luis Enrique Soto-Ramirez

·         Charles Feldman

·         Pedro Chequer

·         Glenn Treisman





Foreword by Michael Gottlieb



Part I. History of AIDS

Ch 1. An Epidemic of Unknown Proportion: The First Decade of HIV, By Gerald M. Oppenheimer & Ronald Bayer

Ch 2. A Personal History of the Discovery of HIV, By Robert C. Gallo (co-discoverer of HIV)

Part II. Prevention

Ch. 3, Facing HIV/AIDS Prevention, By Cristina Pimenta, Ivo Brito & Pedro Chequer

Part III. The Disease

Ch. 4, Transmission, By Luis Enrique Soto-Ramirez

Ch. 5, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS, By Quarraisha Abdool Karim & AYesh B. M. Kharsany

Ch. 6, Virology of HIV, By Marvin S. Reitz

Ch. 7, Laboratory Testing for HIV/AIDS, By Yi-Wei Tang

Part IV. Clinical Manifestations

Ch. 8, Cutaneous Manifestations of AIDS, By Joseph S. Susa & Clay J. Cockerell

Ch. 9, Viral Hepatitis and HIV Coinfection, By Pablo Rivas, Eugenia Vispo, Pablo Labarga, Jose Medrano, Pablo Barriero, Luz Martin-Carbonero & Vicente Soriano

Ch. 10, Gastrointestinal Manifestations of HIV/AIDS, By C. Mel Wilcox

Ch. 11, Cardiovascular Manifestations of HIV/AIDS, By Giuseppe Barbaro

Ch. 12, Pulmonary Manifestations of HIV/AIDS, By Mark Hull, Peter Phillips, Don Sin, Paul Man & Julio S.G. Montaner

Ch. 13, HIV-1 and the Nervous System: Past, Present, and Future, By Richard W. Price

Ch. 14, Ophthalmic Manifestations of HIV/AIDS, By Jyotirmay Biswas & Sridharan Sudharshan

Ch. 15, Metabolic Consequences of HIV/AIDS, By Donald P. Kotler & Rohit Singhania

Ch. 16, An Overview of Psychiatry in AIDS Care, By Glenn J. Treisman & Andrew F. Angelino

Ch. 17, Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS), By David M. Murdoch, Willem Daniel Francois Venter & Charles Feldman


Part V. Treatment

Ch. 18, Treatment of HIV, By Laura Waters and Mark Nelson

Ch. 19, Treatment of Viral Infections, By C. Beau Willison, L. Katie Morrison, Natalia Mendoza & Stephen Tyring

Ch. 20, Treatment of Bacterial Infections, By Jason Faulhaber

Ch. 21, Management of Opportunistic Fungal Infections in HIV/AIDS Patients, By Preena Bhalla, Ravinder Kaur & S. Anuradha

Ch. 22, HIV/AIDS and TB Co-infection: A Political Call to Action., By Carole McArthur, Jürgen Noeske & Nicole Parrish

Ch 23, HIV-related TB, By Walkiria Periera-Pinto & Mareco Antonio de Ávila Vitória