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It more than crossed my mind that opportunistic infection was a real possibility with this surgery due to my drug-induced immunosuppression.
Information about the increased risk for opportunistic infections already is included in the labeling of the immunosuppressive drug Prograf (tacrolimus).
This case suggests that histoplasmosis should be 1 of the differential diagnoses of opportunistic infections in immunocompromised patients in Taiwan.
These include opportunistic infections and malignancies.
 Sinusitis is one example of an opportunistic infection that can be caused by Acanthamoeba; it is actually thought to be one of the predisposing conditions that might lead to a more serious disseminated disease state.
While most of the news about HIV these days is sunny, there were some dark rumblings at the annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Chicago in early February.
The overall decline was attributed to greater access to medical care and to development of newer drug therapies for the AIDS virus and for the myriad opportunistic infections that can occur as fatal complications of AIDS, itself a potentially fatal disease.
The NIAID HIV/AIDS Research Agenda and fact sheets on NIAID HIV/AIDS vaccine research, clinical trials for AIDS therapies and vaccines, and on AIDS-related opportunistic infections are available from the NIAID Office of Communications.