Radiologic manifestations of adult tuberculosis.

Abstract

Adult pulmonary tuberculosis commonly presents with radiographic findings of upper lobe cavitary opacities, in which case the correct diagnosis is usually suspected. However, other radiographic presentations of this disease in the adult include intrathoracic adenopathy, pleural effusion, lower lobe consolidation, a miliary pattern, and a solitary nodule. In… (More)

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