The obtained data seem to indicate that HIV and HCV infection, and especially co-infection, along with factors directly related to the treatment of co-morbidities, such as antiretrovirals, tuberculostatic
drugs, and psychotropic drugs, which can often be hepatotoxic, play a key role in morbidity and mortality in this cohort of patients.
Due to these clinical and imagiological changes and because we could not exclude tuberculosis infection, classic first-line tuberculostatic
therapy was empirically started (stopped after excluding this infection) and foscarnet was added to ganciclovir (until a negative CMV viral load was achieved).
The patient was started on tuberculostatic
treatment with adjunctive corticosteroids, in a four-drug regimen during the first two months, followed by additional two-drug regimen in the subsequent eight months.
Systemic administration of antimycobacterial drugs was shown to be effective as the BCG strains are sensitive for most tuberculostatic
Hydrazides and their Derivatives.
Clinical observations on iproniazid, a tuberculostatic
, and imipramine, which was designed as a neuroleptic, showed that these medications reduce depressive symptoms .
tuberculosis based on gyrB sequence analysis  and phenotypically susceptible to all first-line tuberculostatic
It is considered one of the most important biologically active metabolites with important pharmacological properties: antitumor, antibiotic, antiviral, antioxidant, tuberculostatic
, anti-inflammatory, and molluscicide [1-10].
Isolated ocular Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction after initiating tuberculostatic
therapy in a child.
In the search for new compounds, isoniazid derivatives have been found to possess potential tuberculostatic
activities (Aboul-Fadl et al., 2011).
activity of henna was tested in vitro and in vivo and this study showed significant activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis andM.
Its anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic, and even tuberculostatic
properties were experimentally demonstrated [50-52].