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(Nontuberculous mycobacterial lymphadenitis)
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  • [Mycobacterium lentiflavum lymphadenitis: two case reports]. [Case Reports]
  • AAArch Argent Pediatr 2016 Oct 1; 114(5):e329-32
  • Ruiz Del Olmo Izuzquiza I, Monforte Cirac ML, … Guerrero Laleona C
  • Lymphadenitis is the most common clinical feature in nontuberculous mycobacterium infection in immunocompetent children. We present two case reports of M. lentiflavum lymphadenitis diagnosed in a ter...
  • Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease in Children - Epidemiology, Diagnosis & Management at a Tertiary Center. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2016; 11(1):e0147513
  • Tebruegge M, Pantazidou A, … Curtis N
  • CONCLUSIONS: There was seasonal variation in the incidence of NTM disease, analogous to recently published observations in tuberculosis, which have been linked to seasonal variation in vitamin D. Our finding that anti-mycobacterial combination therapy was associated with a reduced risk of recurrences in patients with NTM lymphadenitis or SSTI requires further confirmation in prospective trials.
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis causing tuberculous lymphadenitis in Maputo, Mozambique. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Microbiol 2015; 15:268
  • Viegas SO, Ghebremichael S, … Koivula T
  • CONCLUSIONS: M. tuberculosis was the main etiological agent of TBLN in Maputo. M. tuberculosis genotypes were similar to the ones causing pulmonary TB, suggesting that in Maputo, cases of TBLN arise from the same source as pulmonary TB, rather than from an external zoonotic source. Further research is needed on other forms of extrapulmonary TB and in rural areas where there is high prevalence of bovine TB in cattle, to evaluate the risk of transmission of M. bovis from cattle to humans.
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