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extrapulmonary

 [eks″trah-pul´mo-nar″e]
not connected with the lungs.

ex·tra·pul·mo·na·ry

(eks'tră-pŭl'mō-nā'rē),
Outside or having no relation to, the lungs.

extrapulmonary

/ex·tra·pul·mo·na·ry/ (-pool´mo-nar″e) not connected with the lungs.

extrapulmonary

[-pul′məner′ē]
outside of or unrelated to the lungs.

extrapulmonary

not connected with the lungs.
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A case series (15) in 2001 found TTF-1 positivity in 42% (21 of 50) of extrapulmonary SmCC cases, including 2 bladder primaries.
20) Unlike most extrapulmonary cases, most head and neck inflammatory pseudotumors have been reported in elderly patients; they are rare in the pediatric population.
It is postulated that under favourable conditions extrapulmonary dissemination can occur via the lymphatic and haematogenous routes.
Therefore, this study will determine whether all extrapulmonary arterial vessels, including the trunk and the right and left main arteries, are equally susceptible to the development of stiffening in response to chronic hypoxia.
Table 1 describes the analysis of pulmonary tuberculosis cases and Table-2 describes the analysis of extrapulmonary (Lymphnode, CNS, Genitourinary, Abdominal and Osteoarticular) cases by indirect and sandwich ELISA using ES-31 antigen and affinity purified anti ES-31 antibody.
It is likely that the incidence of female genital tuberculosis will increase, especially as the proportion of extrapulmonary TB rises in line with the HIV epidemic, which causes latent infections to become more active.
pneumoniae have been isolated from a variety of extrapulmonary sites, including joints and cerebrospinal fluid, almost exclusively following a respiratory tract infection.
Bacteriological and histopathological studies were of fundamental importance in diagnosing patients with extrapulmonary TB.
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NTM are ubiquitous environmental microorganisms that cause chronic pulmonary and extrapulmonary infection in patients with inflammatory diseases (2).
The main focus lies in the examination of selected organs for possible extrapulmonary effects.