Items tagged “tb”

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Renal tuberculosis

Renal tuberculosis, a subset of genitourinary tuberculosis, accounts for 15-20% of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis and can result in varied and striking radiographic appearances.  Tuberculosis can involve both the renal parenchyma and the collecting system (calyces, renal pelvis, ureter, bladder a...
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Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis

Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis, also known as scrofula and King's evil, continues to be seen in endemic areas and in the industrialised world particularly among the immunocompromised. Epidemiology Tuberculous cervical lymphadenitis is the most common manifestation of extrapulmonary tubercu...
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Tuberculous otomastoiditis

Tuberculous otomastoiditis is an uncommon form of acute otomastoiditis that occurs secondary to tuberculosis infection, although its frequency is increasing as a result of greater population of immunocompromised patients. Clinical presentation Classically it is described as presenting with pa...
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Tuberculous neck nodes

Axial CT
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 07 May 2008
74% complete
CT
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Tuberculoma with hydrocephalus

 Diagnosis possible
Dr G Balachandran
Published 27 Dec 2008
45% complete
CT
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Tuberculoma

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 09 Apr 2009
77% complete
CT
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Tuberculous discitis, osteomyelitis and paravertebral abscess

CXR
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 11 Jun 2009
95% complete
X-rayCTMRI
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Pulmonary tuberculosis

CXR Tuberculosis
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 Diagnosis possible
Dr Hani Salam
Published 18 Nov 2009
21% complete
X-rayCT
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Thoracoplasty

Thoracoplasty
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 22 Jan 2010
75% complete
X-ray
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Tuberculous mediastinal abscess

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 28 Jan 2010
73% complete
X-rayCT
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Advanced pulmonary tuberculosis

Advanced pulmonar...
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Natalie Yang
Published 15 Feb 2010
50% complete
X-rayCT
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Tuberculosis (intracranial manifestations)

Tuberculosis of the central nervous system can result from either haematogenous spread from distant systemic infection (e.g. pulmonary tuberculosis) or direct extension from local infection (e.g. tuberculous otomastoiditis). Intracranial manifestations of tuberculosis are protean and can affect...
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Tuberculosis with prevertebral abscess

TB Prevertebral A...
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 18 Feb 2010
91% complete
X-ray
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Tuberculosis (pulmonary manifestations)

Pulmonary manifestations of tuberculosis are varied and depend in part whether the infection is primary or post-primary. The lungs are the most common site of primary infection by tuberculosis and are a major source of spread of the disease and of individual morbidity and mortality. A general d...
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Pulmonary tuberculosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 18 Feb 2010
75% complete
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Tuberculous leptomeningitis: gross pathology

TB leptomeningiti...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yale Rosen
Published 18 Feb 2010
72% complete
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Miliary tuberculosis: pathology

Miliary tuberculo...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yale Rosen
Published 18 Feb 2010
68% complete
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Ghon lesion

A Ghon lesion (sometimes called Ghon focus) represents a calcified tuberculous caseating granuloma (tuberculoma) and represents the sequelae of primary pulmonary tuberculosis infection. When associated with a calcified ipsilateral hilar node it is known as a Ranke complex.
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Ranke complex

Ranke complex is seen in 'healed' primary pulmonary tuberculosis comprised of two parts: Ghon lesion: calcified parenchymal tuberculoma ipsilateral calcified hilar node
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Tuberculosis gross pathology: Ghon lesion

Ghon lesion - TB ...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yale Rosen
Published 19 Feb 2010
63% complete
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