Clin Surg | Volume 4, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access

Hepatic Infusion of Autologous Bone Marrow Promotes Immune Reconstitution in a Patient Suffering from HIV Kaposi′s Sarcoma

Baochi Liu1*, Mingrong Cheng2, Yixuan Liu1, Xiaodong Chen3, Lei Li1, Yanhui Si1, Shijia Wang3, Ying Wang3 and Yufang Shi3,4

1Department of Surgery, Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, Fudan University, China
2Department of Life Sciences and Technology, Tongji University, China
3Department of Stem Cell Biology, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, China
4Department of Radiation Medicine and Protection, Soochow University, China

*Correspondance to: Baochi Liu 

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Abstract

Chemotherapy may aggravate the immune damage of AIDS with malignant tumors, but chemotherapy is a necessary treatment. One patient with AIDS complicated with Kaposi’s sarcoma and developed severe immune damage and perianal infection after a course of chemotherapy. Sigmoid colostomy and intravenous catheterization were performed. Before the second chemotherapy, autologous bone marrow was collected for preservation, and day 5 after the end of chemotherapy, the autologous bone marrow was transferred back to the port by buried infusion. The bone marrow was preserved before each chemotherapy and the preserved bone marrow was restored after chemotherapy. After 6 times chemotherapy, CD4+ T cells increased and infection around anus healed. It is suggested that the preservation of autologous bone marrow can promote the immune reconstruction after chemotherapy.

Keywords:

Chemotherapy; Autologous bone marrow; Kaposi&39;s sarcoma; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Citation:

Liu B, Cheng M, Liu Y, Chen X, Li L, Si Y, et al. Hepatic Infusion of Autologous Bone Marrow Promotes Immune Reconstitution in a Patient Suffering from HIV Kaposi′s Sarcoma. Clin Surg. 2019; 4: 2358.

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