章节:The Client with Reproductive Health Problems

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正确指数:100% 正确的次数:0 错误的次数:0 6500---The nurse assesses the mouth and oral cavity of a client with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection because the most common opportunistic infection initially presents as:

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1. herpes simplex virus (HSV) lesions on the lips.
2. oral candidiasis.
3. cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection.
4. aphthae on the gingiva.

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正确答案:
2. oral candidiasis.
解释 :
The most common opportunistic infection in HIV infection initially presents as oral candidiasis, or thrush. The client with HIV should always have an oral assessment. HSV and CMV are opportunistic infections that present later in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Aphthous stomatitis, or recurrent canker sores, is not an opportunistic infection, although the sores are thought to occur more often when the client is under stress.