Cytomegalovirus and esophageal ulceration.
Gastroduodenal and esophageal ulcers are infrequent in patients infected with HIV. If ulcers are detected at endoscopy, the usual cause is cytomegalovirus. The opportunistic infection is more obvious, when identified by immunostaining.
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