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Mykobakteriosen

  • H. Matthys
  • H. Hamm
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Zusammenfassung

Die Tuberkulose (Tb) ist eine Infektionskrankheit, hervorgerufen durch Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Robert Koch, 1882). Man unterscheidet den Typus humanus (Infektion durch den Menschen), Typus bovinus (Infektion durch Tiere, Rinder), Typus africanus (Westküste Afrika). Krankheiten verursacht durch atypische Mykobakterien etc. fallen nicht unter den Begriff der Tuberkulose (Typus avium, kansasii etc.) (s. Abschn. 22.2).

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