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CAUSES OF POOR OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH GENERALIZED TUBERCULOSIS

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2
Year: 
2016

L. Puzyreva, Candidate of Medical Sciences Omsk State Medical Academy

The factors influencing a fatal outcome (HIV infection, chronic alcoholism, the complicated course of the disease) were retrospectively assessed in 50 patients with generalized tuberculosis (pulmonary tuberculosis concurrent with tuberculous meningitis). No chest X-ray for a long time and as a result the late diagnosis of tuberculosis lead to its aggravation, tuberculous involvement of the central nervous system, impairment of consciousness, and death from generalized tuberculosis in the first 2 months after the admission to a tuberculosis hospital.

Keywords: 
generalized tuberculosis
HIV infection and tuberculosis
outcome of tuberculosis



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