CT appearances of abdominal tuberculosis.

@article{Lee2012CTAO,
  title={CT appearances of abdominal tuberculosis.},
  author={W K Lee and Frans van Tonder and Con J Tartaglia and Charuta D Dagia and Roberto Luigi Cazzato and Vinay A. Duddalwar and Silvia D. Chang},
  journal={Clinical radiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={67 6},
  pages={596-604}
}
The purpose of this article is to review and illustrate the spectrum of computed tomography (CT) appearances of abdominal tuberculosis. Tuberculosis can affect any organ or tissue in the abdomen, and can be mistaken for other inflammatory or neoplastic conditions. The most common sites of tuberculosis in the abdomen include lymph nodes, genitourinary tract, peritoneal cavity and gastrointestinal tract. The liver, spleen, biliary tract, pancreas and adrenals are rarely affected, but are more… CONTINUE READING

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