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A study was performed in Brazil in women who had been diagnosed with HIV for at least 2 years and who were undergoing antiretroviral therapy. In this study, Cabra et al (2009) stated that "[p]revalence of HPV infection was 31% (133/423) and prevalence of HPV 16 was 1.5% (7/423). Consistent with previous studies in HIV-infected women, HPV 16 was present in all cases of high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions and invasive cancer, regardless of immunologic status or CD4 lymphocyte count. Overall HPV infection rate was similar for women with low or normal CD4 lymphocyte count and for those with high CD4 lymphocyte count".
A study was performed in Mexico in women who had been diagnosed with HIV for at least 2 years and who were undergoing antiretroviral therapy. In this study, Carranza et al (2010) stated that "[n]o association was observed between HPV infection and immunological status. HPV prevalence increased along with CD4 lymphocyte count (P=0.0001), and was significantly associated with the presence of cervical lesions on videocervicoscopy, (P=0.0001)". d2c66b5586