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  • What is HIV/AIDS?
    • Definition of viral infection and disease condition
    • Transmission of HIV virus
    • Worldwide HIV prevalence; AIDS cases in U.S.
  • Pathogenicity of HIV/AIDS
    • Reverse transcription, life cycle, and immunity
  • Immunodeficiency and Opportunistic Infections
    • Opportunistic fungal diseases
    • TB and HIV co-infection
    • Kaposi sarcoma
  • HIV Prevalence in Young Adult Women from India


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  1. Intro
    • What is HIV / AIDS?
    • HIV Can be Transmitted Through
    • Adult HIV Prevalence, 2012
    • Counts of AIDS Cases
      • Example of Disease Transmission
      • HIV Retrovirus
      • Life Cycle of HIV Virus
      • Viral Load and Immune Cell
      • Evolution of HIV/ AIDS
        • Immunodeficiency and Development of Opportunistic Infections
        • Opportunistic Infections with HIV
        • Opportunistic Fungal Disease
        • Pneumocystis Pneumonia
        • Estimated HIV Co-Infection Among Individuals Diagnosed with TB in U.S.
          • Kaposi Sarcoma
          • HIV Prevalence Among Young Adult Women in India
            • Example 1
              • Example 2
                • Intro 0:00
                • What is HIV / AIDS? 0:31
                  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
                  • Once Infected, the Virus Will Always Be There
                  • Exception
                  • Transmitted Through Body Fluids
                  • Virus
                • HIV Can be Transmitted Through 3:13
                  • Sexual Contact, Injection Drug Use, Occupational Exposure, Pregnancy, Blood Transfusion
                  • Blood Transfusion Used to be Significant for Disease Transmission
                • Adult HIV Prevalence, 2012 4:30
                  • Africa is Highest
                  • North and South America are Also High Prevalence
                  • India
                • Counts of AIDS Cases 5:22
                • Example of Disease Transmission 7:19
                  • Males
                  • Females
                  • HIV/ AIDS Methods of Transmission
                • HIV Retrovirus 9:10
                  • Retrovirus
                  • Replicate the Virus
                • Life Cycle of HIV Virus 10:55
                  • Genome
                  • Reverse Transcription
                  • Host DNA Produces Goes Through Transcription and Translation
                  • Produce Viral RNA
                  • Importance of Figure
                • Viral Load and Immune Cell 12:45
                  • Individual Infected
                  • Plasma Virus Load Increases then Rapidly Declines
                  • CD4+ T Cell
                  • Immune System is Suppressed Enough That AIDs Develops
                • Evolution of HIV/ AIDS 15:31
                • Immunodeficiency and Development of Opportunistic Infections 17:40
                  • Herpes Simplex Virus
                  • Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus
                  • Kaposi Sarcoma and Many More
                  • Disease Emerge at Different Time Depending on Degree of Suppression
                • Opportunistic Infections with HIV 18:52
                  • Early 1900s
                  • Pneumocystis
                • Opportunistic Fungal Disease 20:15
                  • Harmless, Opportunistic Fungi
                  • Can Happen to Individuals Who are Taking Drugs to Suppress Immune System
                • Pneumocystis Pneumonia 21:13
                  • Pathogen
                  • Immunodeficient Adults
                • Estimated HIV Co-Infection Among Individuals Diagnosed with TB in U.S. 22:00
                • Kaposi Sarcoma 22:42
                  • Rare Cancer
                  • Skin Neoplasm
                  • Subtypes All Have Human Herpesvirus-8
                  • How It Looks
                  • Kaposi Sarcoma Spindle Cells
                  • How to Treat Kaposi Sarcoma
                • HIV Prevalence Among Young Adult Women in India 26:02
                • Example 1 31:24
                • Example 2 33:32