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Management of Tuberculosis

Management of Tuberculosis Federal Bureau of Prisons Clinical Practice Guidelines January 2010 Clinical guidelines are being made available to the public for informational purposes only.


Tuberculosis 1. DISEASE REPORTING A. Purposes of Reporting and Surveillance 1. To identify and ensure the adequate evaluation and treatment of persons with TB disease.


*American*Lung*Association*State*of*Lung*Disease*in*Diverse*Communities*2010*101 Tuberculosis Tuberculosis is an airborne bacterial infection caused by the organism Mycobacterium tuberculosis that primarily affects the lungs, although other organs and tissues may be involved .

Tuberculosis in Cattle

Tuberculosis in Cattle John H. Kirk, DVM, MPVM Extension Veterinarian School of Veterinary Medicine University of California Davis Tulare, CA Cattle tuberculosis has affected animal and human health throughout history.

Sex, gender, and tuberculosis

with female cases having a higher progression from infection to disease and a higher case-fatality rate. 4 Although the tuberculin-testing prevalence studies indicate that more males than females are infected with tuberculosis, an alternative explanations for these findings is that there are ...

Tuberculosis FactSheet

People of all ages, all nationalities and all incomes can get tuberculosis (too-burr-cue-low-sis). According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2007 over 13,293 people in the United States became infected with tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis: 4. Pulmonary disease

Tuberculosis: 4. Pulmonary disease Richard Long, MD; Robert Cowie, MD Case 1 A 22-year-old aboriginal woman presented with a 12-week history of fever, night sweats, weight loss and productive cough. 1 She had no history of lung disease or any condition known to compromise immune function.

Patrick J. Brennan, M.D University of Pennsylvania

Tuberculosis: Illness, Treatment, Lifestyle , is part of a larger project designed to increase the awareness and knowledge base of a new generation of clinicians about tuberculosis.

Tuberculosis Getting Healthy, Staying Healthy

Tuberculosis Getting Healthy, Staying Healthy U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

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