Clinical Manual

Second edition

Stop TB Department Department of HIV/AIDS Department of Child and Adolescent Health and Development

World Health Organization Geneva

Writing team: Anthony Harries

Adviser to National Tuberculosis Control Programme, Lilongwe, Malawi Dermot Maher

Stop TB Department,World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

Stephen Graham

Wellcome Trust Research Laboratories, Blantyre, Malawi and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, England

With contributions from: Mario Raviglione and Paul Nunn Stop TB Department Charles Gilks Department of HIV/AIDS Shamim Qazi and Martin Weber Department of Child and Adolescent Health and Development

World Health Organization

Eric van Praag

Family Health International,Washington DC, USA

And forewords by: Dr JW Lee (2nd edition) Sir John Crofton (1st edition)


We gratefully acknowledge the helpful comments and suggestions of

Drs Kevin de Cock, Robert Colebunders, Peter Donald, Malgosia Grzemska, Fabio Scano, Robert Scherpbier,Jeffrey Starke and Mukund Uplekar who reviewed the manuscript.

WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data

TB/HIV: a clinical manual / writing team:

Anthony Harries, Dermot Maher and Stephen Graham. - 2nd ed.

I.Tuberculosis, Pulmonary 2.Tuberculosis 3.HIV infections 4.AIDS-related opportunistic infections 5.Antitubercular agents 6.Anti-retroviral agents 7.Delivery of health care, Integrated 8.Manuals I. Harries,Anthony

II.Maher, Dermot. III.Graham, Stephen.

ISBN 92 4 154634 4 (NLM classification:WF 200)

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