Our study shows that would neither cough or chest X-ray have identified the 10 subjects with subclinical tuberculosis, the authors write. In an accompanying editorial in the same issue, said Dr. David L. Cohn serve the knowledge gained as a reminder of the complexity of tuberculosis in HIV – infected patients in high-burden countries This study represents a potential new challenge for the diagnosis. Subtle subtle in asymptomatic patients, and it may have with respect to the impact treatment decisions. .. The results are important, chest radiographyisting standards for which detection of TB rely on using cough as an indication for screening with chest x-ray as a screening method.
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