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134 Possible Causes for Renal Tuberculosis, Tuberculous Pericarditis

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    […] and paraneoplastic syndromes, tuberculosis and some fungal diseases.[] Exact etiology of Kyrle's disease is unknown, but its association has been reported sparsely with renal disorders, uremic patients on dialysis, diabetes mellitus, liver disease[]

  • Pulmonary Tuberculosis

    Pericardium : In tuberculous pericarditis, the pericardium thickens and sometimes leaks fluid into the space between the pericardium and the heart.[] […] undergoing therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis.[] Tuberculous pericarditis. Medicine 1937;16:45–94. [CrossRef] Rooney J. J., Crocco J. A., Lyons H. H. Tuberculous pericarditis. Ann. Intern. Med. 1970;72:73–78.[]

  • Tuberculosis

    Adjunctive corticosteroids may be beneficial in patients with tuberculous meningitis, tuberculous pericarditis, or miliary tuberculosis with refractory hypoxemia.[] In this report, we chronicle the case of a patient with treatment failure presenting as the disseminated disease, specifically ocular and renal tuberculosis.[] Tuberculous pericarditis. JAMA. 1991; 266 :199–203. doi: 10.1001/jama.266.1.99. [ CrossRef ] [ Google Scholar ] Kapoor OP, Marcarenhas E, Rananaware MM, Gadgil RK.[]

  • Pulmonary Cavitary Tuberculosis

    The addition of corticosteroids is recommended for patients with tuberculous pericarditis and tuberculous meningitis.[] Lymph Node Disease Tuberculosis Peritonitis Tuberculosis Pericarditis Osteal Tuberculosis Renal Tuberculosis Adrenal Tuberculosis Tuberculosis Meningitis Lymph Node Disease[] Urinary Tract Tuberculosis: A "sterile pyuria" with WBC's present in urine but a negative routine bacterial culture may suggest the diagnosis of renal tuberculosis.[]

  • Disseminated Tuberculosis

    , Tuberculous cellulitis , Tuberculous gumma ) · Lichen scrofulosorum · Tuberculid ( Papulonecrotic tuberculid ) · Primary inoculation tuberculosis · Miliary · Tuberculous[] Acid-fast bacteria tests of sputum and urine were positive ( 50 resistant acid-fast bacilli per line), which permitted a diagnosis of active pulmonary and renal tuberculosis[] Evaluation revealed disseminated tuberculosis with a tuberculoma in the right orbit.[]

  • Constrictive Pericarditis

    After a pericardiectomy done to restore cardiac compensation and to identify etiological factors, a tuberculous pericarditis (TBP) was diagnosed.[] Definition A fibrotic, thickened, and adherent pericardium restricting diastolic filling of the heart Etiology Tuberculosis Chronic renal failure Systemic lupus erythematosus[] Etiology Common Idiopathic, viral pericarditis (chronic or recurrent), postcardiotomy, chest irradiation Less common Autoimmune connective tissue disorders, end-stage renal[]

  • Lymph Node Tuberculosis

    TUBERCULOUS PERICARDITIS Tuberculous pericarditis develops secondary to contiguous spread from mediastinal nodes, lungs, spine, or sternum, or during miliary dissemination[] Urinary Tract Tuberculosis: A "sterile pyuria" with WBC's present in urine but a negative routine bacterial culture may suggest the diagnosis of renal tuberculosis.[] Rare cases when tuberculosis and cancer are diagnosed at the same time create diagnostic difficulties and therapeutic challenges.[]

  • Pericarditis

    However, it takes a period of time from tuberculous pericarditis to constrictive pericarditis.[] […] failure), tuberculosis pericarditis (in high-risk subgroups), autoimmune pericarditis, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pericarditis.[] Most cases are now associated with thoracic surgery, renal disease, and immunosuppression.[]

  • Spinal Tuberculosis

    Tuberculous pericarditis occurs when the membrane surrounding the heart (the pericardium) is infected and fills up with fluid that interferes with the heart's ability to pump[] Renal tuberculosis can be classified using two criteria. First of all, this type of tuberculosis can be intra-renal or extra-renal.[] Risk factors for tuberculosis includes : Weakened immune system – HIV/AIDS, poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, end-stage renal failure, malnutrition, old age, immune suppressing[]

  • Pericardial Calcification

    Coronal re-formatted CT of chest shows markedly thick pericardial calcification around the heart from patient with history of tuberculous pericarditis Acknowledgement to Eduardo[] […] pericarditis Renal insufficiency Neoplastic disease Chest trauma Irradiation Collagen diseases Patients present with a rapid-onset chest pain syndrome located precordial[] Other causes include viral, neoplastic diseases such as lymphoma, infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and bacterial infectious, chronic renal failure, radiation therapy[]

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