Yes. Tuberculosis is one of the commonest serious bacterial infections seen in children with HIV infection.
Tuberculosis is common in children with HIV infection.
Lymphoid interstitial pneumonitis or LIP may be confused with tuberculosis, both clinically and on X-ray. The cause of LIP is uncertain. It usually occurs in older children. LIP presents with mild to severe respiratory signs, a persistent cough, and responds symptomatically to oral steroids. Parotid enlargement and finger clubbing are common.