LETTERS TO THE EDITOR “Opportunist” mycobacterial infections

  • Published 2000


We were greatly impressed by the Joint Tuberculosis Committee guidelines on the management of opportunist mycobacterial infections. We do, however, wonder why the word “opportunist” has been used to describe the mycobacteria, other than the M tuberculosis complex, that cause human disease. All mycobacteria causing disease, even the M tuberculosis complex… (More)


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