Published in AIDS Weekly, July 17th, 1995
Pulmonary infection with MAC may occur in subjects with a variety of disorders, especially AIDS. But there is increasing recognition that MAC occurs in subjects who do not suffer from any recognizable predisposing condition.
"It has previously been stated that the radiographic findings of MAC in the lungs are indistinguishable from those of M. tuberculosis ," researcher David A. Lynch and...
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