June 1995, VOLUME 164
NUMBER 6

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June 1995, Volume 164, Number 6

CT in adults with tuberculosis of the chest: characteristic findings and role in management.

Citation: American Journal of Roentgenology. 1995;164: 1361-1367. 10.2214/ajr.164.6.7754873

ABSTRACT :

The frequency of tuberculosis decreased continuously until 1985, when the trend reversed, mainly because of the large number of cases in patients with AIDS [1-3]. Pulmonary tuberculosis remains a common disease in North America, particularly in groups such as the socioeconomically disadvantaged, the elderly, chronically debilitated patients, immigrants, refugees, and prisoners [1-3]. The prevalence and incidence of the disease are still high in endemic areas [4].

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