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Hepatic steatosis after switching to integrase inhibitor-based regimens does not parallel short-term weight gain.

AIDS 2023 November 16
We studied hepatic steatosis in people with HIV (PWH) who switched to an integrase inhibitor (INSTI)-based regimen. One hundred and fifty-four PWH were included. After 48 weeks, median (Q1-Q3) weight gain was 1.2 (-0.6 to 3.8) kg and median (Q1-Q3) controlled attenuation parameter (CAP) change was -4 (-33 to 27) dB/m. Weight gain was weakly correlated with CAP change [R2 95% confidence interval (CI) = 0.144 (-0.014 to 0.296); P = 0.074)]. Changes in hepatic steatosis after switching to INSTI-based regimens do not seem to parallel weight gain after 1 year.

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