Laryngeal tuberculosis: a diagnosis not to be missed.


A 66-year-old Caucasian female was referred to the ear, nose and throat outpatient by her general practitioner with complaints of worsening sore throat, hoarseness of voice and productive cough for 3 months. The patient also had a history of rigors and evening temperature. She was using long-term steroids for nephrotic syndrome. The patient was treated for… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bcr.11.2008.1228


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@article{Khan2009LaryngealTA, title={Laryngeal tuberculosis: a diagnosis not to be missed.}, author={Naeem Ullah Khan and Seb Wallis and Naeem Siddiqui}, journal={BMJ case reports}, year={2009}, volume={2009} }