E.A. Borodulina, E.P. Eremenko, O.V. Borisova, E.V. Borodulina, E.A. Amosova, T.E. Akhmerova
Samara State Medical University, Samara, Russia
Women of childbearing age constitute a special group of patients with the immunodeficiency virus: the proportion of HIV-infected pregnant women and their children is constantly increasing.The probability of developing tuberculosis infection in children from families with HIV infection is high for many reasons, both social and epidemiological and biological.The problem of contamination by mycobacteria tuberculosis of children infected with HIV is poorly understood and relevant at this time.This articlepresents data of modern literature, examines risk factors, clinical manifestations, outcomes and diagnostic features.
Keywords: HIV, tuberculosis, children, pregnant woman, perinatal contact, tuberculosis infection, epidemiology.