Infection of the bones or joint due to tuberculosis.
[OCOSH Code: D014394 17653001 A18.0+ BD_IBD_OTB]
Twenty-one patients with surgically and/or pathologically proved tuberculosis of the tendon sheaths or bursae were evaluated. Routine radiography, arthrography, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging were used in some or all of the patients.
CONCLUSION: All imaging methods can provide complementary information that is helpful for determination of therapy....
Added: Fri Oct 09 2009
Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery 2001, 9(1): 57â€“60 Jitendra Mangwani, Anil Kumar Gupta, CS Yadav and KS Rao
Central Institute of Orthopaedics, Safdarjang Hospital,New Delhi, India
Tuberculosis of the shoulder joint is uncommon. In
adults the classical dry type of shoulder tuberculosis
(caries sicca) has been described, while the fulminating
variety has not been reported. We...
Added: Wed Oct 10 2007