acute miliary tuberculosis

acute miliary tuberculosis

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Endogenous infection is secondary to a preexisting primary focus and may result from contiguous (orificial tuberculosis, scrofuloderma), hematogenous (acute miliary tuberculosis, tuberculous gumma, and lupus vulgaris), or lymphatic dissemination (lupus vulgaris) [2,16].
Western blotting results showed that the grayscale value ratios of LL-37, HBD-2, and HBD-3 in the lesions of acute miliary tuberculosis (case 3) were 0.48, 0.05, and 0.28, respectively.
They are of 2 types, solitary tubercle or granuloma (seen in chronic tuberculosis) and choroidal miliary tubercles (seen in acute miliary tuberculosis).
Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis. Ann Surg 1888 Nov;8(5):368-371.
Pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum complicating acute miliary tuberculosis. Tubercle.

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