Figure 1. Chest radiographs at initiation of A) highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) showing left hilar mass; and B) after 9 weeks of HAART and antituberculosis treatment, suggesting enlargement of the hilar mass consistent with immune restoration disease. (The radiograph has been flipped horizontally to aid comparison).
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