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A Case of Gallbladder Tuberculosis Diagnosed by Positive Tuberculosis-Polymerase Chain Reaction

Ryu MJ, Jeon TJ, Park JY, Choi Y, Baek SS, Sinn DH, Oh TH, Kim JY

Gallbladder tuberculosis is an extremely rare disease that is rarely reported in the literature. Arriving at the correct diagnosis of gallbladder tuberculosis is difficult, and it is usually made by...
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A Case of Tuberculous Liver Abscess Developed during Chemotherapy for Tuberculous Peritonitis as Paradoxical Response

Kim TK, Choi CW, Ha JK, Jang HH, Park SB, Kim HW, Kang DH

Tuberculous liver abscesses are rare. Paradoxical response in tuberculosis is common and occurred between 2 weeks and 12 weeks after anti-tuberculous medication. We report here a case of tuberculous liver...
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Lung Infection Caused by Mycobacterium riyadhense Confused with Mycobacterium tuberculosis: The First Case in Korea

Choi JI, Lim JH, Kim SR, Lee SH, Park JS, Seo KW, Jeon JB, Jeong J

A slowly growing, non-chromogenic mycobacterial strain was isolated from sputum and bronchial lavage fluid samples of a patient presenting with productive cough, blood-tinged sputum, low-grade fever, and weakness. A positive...
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