Items tagged with Extrapulmonary TB

M. tuberculosis prosthetic joint infection rare but possible in some patients (post)

Although prosthetic joint infections caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis are rare, they may occur in immunocompromised patients or in people from regions where tuberculosis is endemic, researchers reported in a recent study.

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CROI 2014: New drugs, novel combos top tuberculosis news at conference (post with simple image)

With increased TB activism and research into new treatments, preventive therapies, and diagnostics, the space devoted to TB at CROI has increased substantially.

Tuberculosis in adults and children (post with simple image)

A monograph written for healthcare workers in any setting who are faced with the complex care for patients with tuberculosis.

Undercover tuberculosis: How South Africa’s top killer slips in under the radar (post with simple image)

Lindiwe Mkwanazi (32) looks past her left leg that’s resting on a low table in the direction of the small box-style TV. Sitting in the one-seater maroon couch, her body is as still as the building she spends almost all of her time in – a run-down block of flats in Mayville, an increasingly industrialised suburb just a few kilometres from Durban’s central business district.

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