tubercular


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Synonyms for tubercular

relating to or afflicted with tuberculosis

Synonyms for tubercular

a person with pulmonary tuberculosis

constituting or afflicted with or caused by tuberculosis or the tubercle bacillus

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For management, it is very important to differentiate MSP from Kaposi's sarcoma, other pseudotumours, and whether tubercular or non-tubercular.
Tubercular meningitis is a non-suppurative inflammation induced by tubercle bacillus, manifesting as colorless and transparent or light yellow cerebrospinal fluid with significantly increased lymphocyte, increased proteins and decreased sugar and chloride.
The tuberculomas found in our study were characterised as caseating and non-caseating based on MR signal characteristics which were similar to the findings of Misra UK et al[17] studied the pattern of stroke in tubercular meningitis and found that most of the tubercular related strokes were multiple, bilateral and located in the basal ganglia, anterior thalamus, anterior limb and genu of the internal capsule.
Diagnosis of tubercular bursitis was made and the patient was started on four drug anti-tubercular treatment; she responded well by decrease in pain and increase in abduction.
10) The levels of ADA, an enzyme found in most cells, are increased in tuberculous pleural effusions, and this determination has acquired popularity as a diagnostic test in high-incidence areas for tubercular pleural effusion (TPE) because it is non-invasive, the assay is not expensive, and it is readily accessible.
The authors are of the opinion that in a country such as India, where tuberculosis is relatively common, tubercular biliary stricture should be kept in mind in the differential diagnosis of hilar stricture when a patient presents with a short history and in relatively good health.
Ridiculed when not ignored, he died, lovelorn and tubercular, weeping in a Paris charity hospital.
She suffers from Old Koch's with Bronchiactasis with post tubercular obstructive airway disease with Type II respiratory failure.
The author examines the roles of tubercular hospitals, primarily Nanaimo Indian Hospital and the Charles Camsell Indian Hospital at Edmonton.
1Tuberculosis of the soft tissues, in the form of conditions such as tubercular bursitis, tubercular synovitis and tubercular spondylitis secondary to underlying bone involvement, is not uncommon.
William's tubercular sclerosis has led to complex autism and epilepsy, which devoted mother Paula struggles to cope with.
They present step-by-step techniques and color illustrations of commonly performed procedures, including injection techniques, anterior cervical diskectomy and fusion, anterior lumbar interbody fusion, cervical disk replacement, and vertebral augmentation, and techniques for lumbar canal stenosis, scoliosis, post tubercular kyphosis, spondylolisthesis, Scheuermann's disease, fractures, spinal tumors, and other conditions.
Other manifestations of abdominal tuberculosis include mesenteric abscesses, enlarged and caseating mesenteric lymph nodes, and tubercles over the bowel serosa are also commonly encountered, that may suggest a tubercular aetiology.
The case discussed here is a case of lichenoid reaction associated with anti tubercular therapy.
Table 1: Age and sex distribution of tubercular patients (n = 42).