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Case: You see a 28 year old male with unknown reasons for lymphadenopathy, weight loss, and these weird raised skin lesions all over his chest. Which one, (Kaposi's sarcoma, a CD4 count of 220, or a positive antibody test for HIV), confirms AIDS?

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Case: You see a 28 year old male with unknown reasons for lymphadenopathy, weight loss, and these weird raised skin lesions all over his chest. Which one, (Kaposi's sarcoma, a CD4 count of 220, or a positive antibody test for HIV), confirms AIDS?

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