Tuberculosis is a germ infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis which generally affects the lungs, but it can also affect kidneys, lymph nodes, spine, intestinal tract and brain.Tuberculosis is ...
CLINICALHistory: * Pulmonary TB: Typical symptoms of pulmonary TB include a productive cough, fever, and weight loss. Occasionally, patients may presents with hemoptysis or chest pain. Other sy...
Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is the number one infections disease killer worldwide. The World Health Care Organization estimates that 2 billion people have latent TB, while another 3 million peopl...
Other Problems to be Considered:Blast mycosisCat scratch diseaseIt is critical that hopitalized patients with suspected or documented TB be placed in appropriate isolation. This includes a private ...
The treatment of tuberculosis lasts a long period of time, from six to nine months but it gives remarkably good results in patients. Only in some cases drugs are not bared by the patient and side effe...
Bank-supported projects started in August 2004, when the Board of Directors approved a US$5 million emergency credit to support Vietnam's National Action Plan for control of an avian influenza epidemi...
Despite advances in treatments available, tuberculosis (TB) still remains a global pandemic. One third the human population is currently infected with tuberculosis. What is tuberculosis?The diseas...
The term pulmonary abscess describes a local suppurative process within the lung characterized by necrosis of lung tissue. Oropharyngeal surgical procedures, sinobronchial infections, dental sepsi...
The term pulmonary abscess describes a local suppurative process within the lung characterized by necrosis of lung tissue. Oropharyngeal surgical procedures, sinobronchial infections, dental sepsis, a...
Cirrhosis is among the top ten causes of death in the Western world. Although it is the result of alchol abuse, other major contributors include chronic hepatitis, biliary disease, and iron overload. ...