Study of children hyperpositive to 1 tu PPD. Histological profile-II
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This study, while reemphasizing the importance of BCG vaccination in miniming or preventing progressive tuberculosis disease, reveals that the hyperpositive Mantoux reaction does not produce any predictable change in the histological profile as compared to clinical and radiological profile (Ramachandran 1969).
KeywordsLiver Histology Fatty Change Tuberculous Disease Histological Profile Progressive Lung Disease
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