Corpus ID: 40485802

[The significance of polymerase chain reaction in diagnosing causes of subfebrility in children and adolescents].

@article{Kopylova2001TheSO,
  title={[The significance of polymerase chain reaction in diagnosing causes of subfebrility in children and adolescents].},
  author={I. F. Kopylova and Z. D. Narysheva and I. A. Leliukh and O. A. Timoshchuk},
  journal={Problemy tuberkuleza},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={
          44-6
        }
}
Examination of 37 children and adolescents with long-term subfebrility and other manifestations of intoxication without local pathological changes included blood test (polymerase chain reaction) for M. tuberculosis. Tuberculous bacteriemia was discovered in 16(43.2%) cases. Non-acute onset and long-lasting intoxication, rejection of other reasons, tuberculin sensitivity, reduction or disappearance of the intoxication in antituberculous treatment, negative results of repeated PCR for M… Expand