Patients with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), are are at an increased risk for developing a variety of skin problems or diseases because of their compromised immune system.
HIV-related skin disorders may develop or appear from viral, fungal or bacterial skin conditions, skin cancer or malignancies, skin allergies or from adverse drug interactions.
Penn's dermatologists have special expertise in treating patients with HIV-related skin conditions and offer accurate and highly-skilled diagnostic services to patients and referring physicians related to HIV skin conditions.
Penn's dermatologic experts in HIV have extensive global experience on the topic from lecturing and educating other clinicians and conducting telemedicine and global health initiatives worldwide. Penn dermatologists have treated and cared for patients in many other countries that have HIV-related skin conditions, and they apply best practices and effective care strategies to patients treated at Penn Dermatology.
Penn's world renowned Dermatologists provide expert treatment for Infectious Disease Related Dermatology. Browse our list of physicians.
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