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Brysttuberkulose er en sjælden årsag til en proces i brystet

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  1. Oxygen under tryk som behandling

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  2. Comparison between temporal and rectal temperature measurement

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  3. Definition, pathology and pathogenesis of osteoarthritis

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  4. Definition, pathology and pathogenesis of osteoarthritis

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  5. Indblik i simuleringsteknik som beslutningsstøtte for COVID-19-interventioner

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  1. 2019 update of the European AIDS Clinical Society Guidelines for treatment of people living with HIV version 10.0

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  2. A new health care index predicts short term mortality for TB and HIV co-infected people

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  3. Persistent COVID-19 in an Immunocompromised Patient Temporarily Responsive to Two Courses of Remdesivir Therapy

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  4. Renal function in Ethiopian HIV-positive adults on antiretroviral treatment with and without tenofovir

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Isolated secondary breast tuberculosis (TB) is an uncommon entity. This is a case report of a 27-year-old female who presented with a tumour in the breast. After four months with tedious examinations a positive polymerase chain reaction for TB was finally found, and the patient recovered after ten months of TB therapy and drainage of the abscess. One year later, a recurrence was seen after the patient had been breast feeding. Therapy was repeated, and more extensive surgery was performed with surgical excision of the abscess cavity, the fibrous tract to the pleura and resection of a pleural section. The patient achieved a full recovery afterwards.

Translated title of the contributionBreast tuberculosis is a rare cause of breast abscess
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume180
Issue number38
Pages (from-to)V02180091
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 17 Sep 2018

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