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  • Spectrum of 18F-FDG Uptake in Bilateral Lung Parenchymal Diseases on PET/CT. [Journal Article]
    Clin Nucl Med 2019Prabhu M, Raju S, … Kumar R
  • Bilateral lung parenchymal involvement is seen in infective as well as noninfective conditions, appearing as focal or diffuse lung disease. PET/CT with FDG helps in characterization (increased glucose utilization is seen by both inflammatory and neoplastic cells). In this article, we describe the spectrum of patterns of FDG uptake and associated CT changes involving bilateral lung parenchyma. Ben…
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention. [Journal Article]
    Am Fam Physician 2019; 100(6):357-364Curry A, Williams T, Penny ML
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of the upper genital tract occurring predominantly in sexually active young women. Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae are common causes; however, other cervical, enteric, bacterial vaginosis-associated, and respiratory pathogens, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, may be involved. PID can be acute, chronic, or subclinical and is of…
  • Bridging the TB data gap: in silico extraction of rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis diagnostic test results from whole genome sequence data. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2019; 7:e7564Ng KCS, Ngabonziza JCS, … Meehan CJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall, the MTBGT tool allows low- and middle-income countries to make sense of the increasingly generated WGS in light of the readily available RDT results, and assess whether currently implemented RDTs adequately detect RR-TB in their setting. With its feature to transform WGS to RDT results and facilitate continuous RR-TB data analysis, the MTBGT tool may bridge the gap between and among data from periodic surveys, continuous surveillance, research, and routine tests, and may be integrated within the national information system for use by the NTP and epidemiologists to improve setting-specific RR-TB control. The MTBGT source code and accompanying documentation are available at
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