Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, November 18th, 2008
"The ductus thoracicus was ligated and lymphadenomegaly, which was adjacent to diaphragm, was resected. Based on the findings of various tests, a diagnosis of tuberculosis lymphadenitis was made. The patient was administered antituberculosis chemotherapy and has since remained asymptomatic for 1 year after the operation," wrote S. Karapolat and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Tuberculosis...
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