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Synonyms for tuberculosis

TB

Synonyms for tuberculosis

an infectious disease producing lesions especially of the lungs

Synonyms for tuberculosis

infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)

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Low vitamin A levels are common in tuberculosis, and plasma levels of vitamin A appear to increase following initiation of antituberculosis treatment regardless of supplementation.
In antituberculosis study, the ethyl acetate extracts of both plants showed equipotent activity with minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 62.
Acute tuberculous perforation of the small bowel during antituberculosis therapy.
A double-blinded randomized controlled trial of silymarin for the prevention of antituberculosis drug-induced liver injury.
Common risk factors for the development of antituberculosis treatment induced hepatotoxicity.
The company said Priftin (rifapentine) is an antimycobacterial that has been approved in combination with one or more antituberculosis drugs for the treatment of active pulmonary TB caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Johnson & Johnson is also mulling the possibility of introducing to the Philippines antituberculosis vaccine that is already available in other countries," Domingo added.
Antituberculosis treatment was started on the same day along with steroids.
However, the current available evidence indicates that, compared with thrice-weekly ATT, the use of daily antituberculosis therapy (ATT) is associated with lower risk of treatment failure and mortality in HIV infected patients [5, 6].
Biliary decompression was achieved postoperatively with endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreaticography and stenting followed by standard antituberculosis therapy.
The remaining 33 agents are classified as anorexiant (1), anticoagulant (1), anticonvulsant (1), antidote (1), antilipemic (1), antineoplastic (11), antituberculosis (1), dermatologic (1), endocrine/metabolic (3), gastrointestinal (4), hematologic (1), immunologic (2), impotence (1), ophthalmic (2), respiratory (1), and urinary tract agent (1).
Lupin is one of the world's most vertically integrated global pharmaceutical companies and remains the leader in therapeutic categories such as cephalosporins, cardiovasculars and antituberculosis products.
Failure to respond to antituberculosis therapy or the presence of other clues should alert the practitioner to the possibility of an alternative diagnosis such as sarcoidosis.