Missed opportunities in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in children

Gie R.P. ; Beyers N. ; Schaaf H.S. ; Donald P.R. (1993)


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In 52% of children with confirmed and probable tuberculosis the diagnosis could have been made earlier than it was. The main clinical clues which should have led to suspicion of tuberculosis were close adult contacts and previous recurrent respiratory tract infections.

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