Disseminated tuberculosis (ultrasound)
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Malaise and fever for 1 month, cough and night sweats for 2 months.
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Disseminated tuberculosis in a TB/HIV co-infected child.
Left costophrenic angle effusion and lung consolidation.
Porta hepatis and splenic hilar lymphadenopathy.
Spleen: hypoechoic focal lesions.
Morison and Douglas pouch: ascites.
Patient in southern Africa diagnosed with disseminated HIV-associated tuberculosis by means of focused assessment with sonography for HIV-associated tuberculosis (FASH) using a low-cost ultrasound device. Microbiological confirmation of TB from respiratory specimen.