Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 9th, 2007
"These children are best assessed by fibreoptic bronchoscopy and are treated with the normal anti-tuberculosis regimens to which corticosteroids are added for a month and then weaned off over the next month. If, after a month, the children remain symptomatic, they must be re-evaluated by bronchoscopy and chest computed tomography. Surgery must be considered in children with severe airway obstruction still present...
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