Louis’ law

Louis’ law

An obsolete term for two clinical rules of tuberculosis attributed to Pierre Charles Alexander Louis (1787–1872) that
(1) Pulmonary tuberculosis always (i.e., usually) originates in the left lung, and
(2) Extrapulmonary tuberculosis is always (i.e., usually) accompanied by pulmonary involvement.
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