Published in AIDS Weekly, May 1st, 1995
Abdominal TB is uncommon but important because symptoms and signs are nonspecific, noninvasive tests often do not yield the diagnosis, and undiagnosed disease results in significant morbidity and mortality.
"In HIV-infected patients, relatively few cases of abdominal tuberculosis have been described in detail, and its full spectrum of manifestations remain undefined," researcher Martin J. Fee and colleagues wrote ("Abdominal Tuberculosis in Patients...
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