antituberculin

antituberculin

/an·ti·tu·ber·cu·lin/ (-too-ber´ku-lin) an antibody developed after injection of tuberculin into the body.
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Although antituberculin drugs can cure the underlying infection, the tubal or endometrial scarring leaves women with little chance of becoming pregnant; overall, only 5 percent of women with infertility related to pelvic tuberculosis ultimately conceive (STRM 2002).