Genitourinary manifestations of tuberculosis.

  title={Genitourinary manifestations of tuberculosis.},
  author={Gilbert J. Wise and Venkata K. Marella},
  journal={The Urologic clinics of North America},
  volume={30 1},
By the 1980s, the availability of antituberculosis chemotherapy reduced the incidence and prevalence of tuberculosis. Changing patterns of population emigration and the development of large pools of immune-compromised individuals reversed the downward trend of tuberculosis. The incidence of genitourinary tuberculosis has remained constant. The manifestations of GU TB can be variable and cause a variety of clinical patterns that mimic other diseases. Adrenal insufficiency, renal disease… CONTINUE READING
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