anti-tuberculous

anti-tuberculous

adjective Referring to that which counters the effects of tuberculosis.

While the adjective antitubercular is commonly used as an equivalent, it is incorrect in that "-tubercular" is the adjectival form of tubercle or nodule, not tuberculosis.
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Contract award notice: Supply of antibiotics, General medicines, Cytostatic drugs, Anti-tuberculous drugs, Immunostimulants, Narcotic drugs, Psychotropic drugs, Target import drugs, Intravenous infusion fluids, Liquids (poland-poznan: Antineoplastic agents)
The results of current study was in line of another study done by Eom et al in South Korea in which of 46 patients with IGL16, with tuberculosis and 30 with sarcoidosis were identified and Mtb culture were positive in (3/16) 19% patients the remaining 13 patients were diagnosed based on histological results or clinical or radiological improvement after anti-tuberculous treatment16.
Fungal metabolites were extracted from the broth medium and were checked for anti-tuberculous, phytotoxic and insecticidal activities.
Unfortunately, the patient had developed nausea and mild hepatitis due to anti-tuberculous (anti-TB) medication.
(7-10) This study aimed to assess visual acuity of TB patients before and after two months of treatment with anti-tuberculous therapy.
Anti-tuberculous therapy induced liver injury: frequency, management and outcome.
The patient was placed on four-drug anti-tuberculous therapy and had a complete recovery.
The blood samples of patients for estimation of vitamin D were taken before starting anti-tuberculous treatment.
Sometimes, clinical response is not correlated with the disease itself, colonoscopy follow-up is valuable for making an early confirmative diagnosis after 2–3 months of anti-tuberculous medication.[sup][3] Thirty-eight cases (44.7%) were diagnosed through successful clinical and endoscopic responses to anti-TB therapy in this study.
In cases with extended trochanteric involvement some surgeons recommend delaying surgery for several weeks after initiating anti-tuberculous chemotherapy.
Tuberculous Addison's disease: Lack of normalization of adrenocortical function after anti-tuberculous chemotherapy.
The patient was referred to the infectious diseases clinic and was treated with a standard 6-month regimen of anti-tuberculous therapy (4 months of isoniazid, rifampin, and pyrazinamide and an additional 2 months of isoniazid and rifampin).