Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection

What is Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection?

Mycobacterium avium intercellulare is a bacterium related to Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It characteristically affects immunocompromised individuals.

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My 23 month old son had high fevers, nothing accompanying that, yet once fevers resolved he had diarrhea for about 3 days. Appetite & wet diapers...

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Welcome to HCM!

Your son mostly has a typical viral episode with fever,loose motions,cough, and conjunctivitis.
Here the essential part is to...

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I have a swelling on top of my clavicle at the point where my neck meets the shoulder. It appeared in about Jan/Feb after having a few months of...

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Hi there, thanks for asking. Yes, they can appear after any infection. People who have sleep apnea are more prone to infections in the lung. It is...

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SIR I M EFFECTIVE THRU HIV VIRUS. I AM HIV POSITIVE, MY CD4 122. I SATARTED MEDICIENE BEFORE 5 DAYS. SO I WANT KNOW MY CD4 GROW HOW MUCH TIME.
MY...

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Hello,
Thank you for posting a question.

Firstly, CD4 count is an indicator of body immune mechanism. Its level when decreased below 200 it...

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