Fast Five Quiz: HIV Infection and Inflammation

Michael Stuart Bronze, MD; Enrico Brunetti, MD


August 10, 2023

hsCRP is an acute phase reactant that can fluctuate with infection, nutrition, and inflammation. Therefore, it is important to consider reasons the hsCRP might be elevated at baseline owing to other non-HIV-related diseases or malnutrition.

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