LIST OF COMMON 
HIV-INDICATOR CONDITIONS

 
Below you will find a list of the most common HIV indicator conditions in the Netherlands. These are conditions for which the risk of an underlying HIV infection is more than 0.1%. That is, at least 1 in 1000 people with this condition (e.g. herpes zoster) has an underlying HIV infection.
 
Click on the arrow next to the HIV indicator condition to read more about it; such as the symptoms of this condition, how is it transmitted, who the ‘at risk’ groups are and about the relationship between HIV and the indicator condition.

 

a Anal cancer or dysplasia
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c Candida oesophagitis
(food pipe infection)Read more
  Cervical dysplasia and cancer
(cancer of the neck of the womb)Lees meer
  Chlamydia
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  Condyloma acuminatum
(genital warts) Read more
d Diarrhoea, chronic
(unexplained)Read more
G Weight loss,
(unexplained)Read more
  Gonorrhoea
(discharge) Read more
  Guillain-Barré syndrome
(GBS)Read more
h Hepatitis A, B, C
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  Herpes simplex
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  Herpes zoster
(shingles)Read more
k Kaposi sarcoma
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  Fever,
(unexplained)Read more
l Leukopenia or thrombocytopenia,
(unexplained) Read more
  Lymphadenopathy (unexplained),
(enlarged lymph nodes) Read more
  Lymphoma
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m Mononucleosis-like illness
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o Oral hairy leucoplakia
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p Peripheral neuropathy,
(unexplained)  Read more
  Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia
(PJP)Read more
  Pneumonia
(lung infection)Read more
  Psoriasis,
(therapy-resistant)Read more
s Seborrheic eczema
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  STD
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  Syphilis
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t Tuberculosis
(TBC)Read more
z Pregnancy
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