A rare phenomenon of atypical lipodystrophy in a patient on HAART in the absence of a protease inhibitor regimen

Mitha, Mohammed ; Cupido, Gordon ; Taljaard, Jantjie (2010-09)

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Lipodystrophy is a complication of patients on antiretroviral (ARV) medication; however, it is commonest in patients on long-term treatment and those on protease inhibitor (PI) regimens.1,2 We present a rare case of atypical lipodystrophy, presenting as multiple subcutaneous lipomas, in a patient who had been on a non-PI ARV regimen for 6 weeks.

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