lymphadenitis with anthracosis as a cause of vocal cord paralysis.
Presentation and outcome of tuberculous
meningitis in a high HIV prevalence setting.
Meningitis was most commonly tuberculous
(50%), followed by cryptococcal (30%) and bacterial (12%).
Key words: Systemic lupus erythematosus, immunosuppression, vasculitis, tuberculous
dilated cardiomyopathy: an under-recognized entity?
Key words: Carpal tunnel syndrome; tuberculous
tenosynovitis; volar wrist ganglion.
Is fine needleaspiration cytologya useful tool for the diagnosis of tuberculous
uveitis is seen occasionally but, surprisingly, tuberculous
choroiditis/TB choroidal granulomas are not seen as often as expected.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the most common pathogenic organism, can manifest itself within the abdomen via haematogenous spread from a pulmonary primary, transmural invasion of the bowel following ingestion, reactivation of dormant disease or tuberculous
In 1939 my mother died at the age of 20 from tuberculous
meningitis, no doubt caught from farm gate milk supplies, fresh from the cow, which was quite a common practice and still is in developing countries with TB problems.
4% of the primary chest wall tumors, and most pleural lymphomas develop in association with preceding long-standing pleural disease such as long-standing chronic tuberculous
pyothorax or artificial pneumothorax for lung tuberculosis.
Years before the scarring time of los desaparecidos, another family tragedy--the deafness of his young daughter, caused by a treatment for tuberculous
meningitis in 1952--sparked the central role of the word in Ferrari's art.
The present study was planned to develop, evaluate and compare different diagnostic methods for tuberculous
Patients were divided into three groups--thoracic (T1-T10), thoracolumbar (T11-L2) and lumbar (L3-L5) tuberculous
The city will offer tuberculous
skin testing at the school from 8:30 a.