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Computer-aided tomography (CAT) was carried out in 67 patients with infiltrative pulmonary tuberculosis. Both standard and high-resolution CAT were used to assess the lung status. The data were correlated to x-ray findings. Advantages of high-resolution CAT in the detection of destruction cavities, foci and interstitial changes were shown. CAT helps(More)
Clinical and X-Ray studies were performed in 85 patients with disseminated pulmonary tuberculosis. All the patients underwent routine computerized tomography (CT) and high-resolution CT. According to the pathogenetic process, the authors identified hematogenic (n = 38), lymphogenic (n = 19), bronchogenic (n = 18) and mixed (n = 10) disseminations.(More)
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