[Miliary, ganglionar, pancreatic and costal tuberculosis. Clinical presentation and literature review].


A 42-year-old man was admitted to the hospital with fever, abdominal pain and miliary radiological pattern. The amylase and lipase in serum, and the amylase in urine were increased. The tuberculin skin test was negative. The thoracic and abdominal CT scan showed costal affectation, multiple focal hepatic lesions and large necrosing peripancreatic… (More)


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