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The Röntgen Clinic - The Morphologic Evidence

Pulmonary tuberculosis: A collage of radiological portraits

For close to a hundred years, diagnostic radiology has been an invaluable ally of physicians engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of various forms of tuberculosis. Over time, its realm has benefit...

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The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Big Dilemma

Tuberculosis of the lymph nodes: Many facets, many hues

Lymph node tuberculosis (LNTB) is one of the most common extrapulmonary manifestations of tuberculosis. A high index of suspicion is needed for diagnosis of tuberculous lymphadenitis, which is known...

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The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Strategic Plan

Current approaches to tuberculous pleural effusion

A common expression of pleural pathologies, most pleural effusions can be diagnosed correctly by the use of simple laboratory investigations, but 15–20% of them fail the test and remain un...

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The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Spine Clinic

Tuberculosis of the spine: The current clinical landscape

Tuberculosis is a major health problem in developing countries, and India is considered endemic for the disease. Tuberculosis of the spine is one of the most common extrapulmonary manifestations. Pa...

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Perspectives on Recent Advances in Tuberculosis - Part I

Current Issue

July-September 2017| Vol 4| Issue 2



Perspectives on Recent Advances in Tuberculosis - Part II

The Röntgen Clinic - The Morphologic Evidence

Pulmonary tuberculosis: A collage of radiological portraits

For close to a hundred years, diagnostic radiology has been an invaluable ally of physicians engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of various forms of tuberculosis. Over time, its realm has benefit...


The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Big Dilemma

Tuberculosis of the lymph nodes: Many facets, many hues

Lymph node tuberculosis (LNTB) is one of the most common extrapulmonary manifestations of tuberculosis. A high index of suspicion is needed for diagnosis of tuberculous lymphadenitis, which is known...


The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Strategic Plan

Current approaches to tuberculous pleural effusion

A common expression of pleural pathologies, most pleural effusions can be diagnosed correctly by the use of simple laboratory investigations, but 15–20% of them fail the test and remain un...


The Extrapulmonary Disease - The Spine Clinic

Tuberculosis of the spine: The current clinical landscape

Tuberculosis is a major health problem in developing countries, and India is considered endemic for the disease. Tuberculosis of the spine is one of the most common extrapulmonary manifestations. Pa...


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