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Anterior spinal decompression in HIV-positive patients with tuberculosis

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A PROSPECTIVE STUDY S. Govender, A. H. Parbhoo, K. P. S. Kumar, K. Annamalai From the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Natal, South Africa
A total of 39 HIV-infected adults with spinal tuberculosis underwent anterior spinal decompression for neurological deficit. Fresh-frozen allografts were used in 38 patients. Antituberculous drugs...
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Articles from JBJS B on Tuberculosis of the Spine

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Google Search string allintitle: site:www.jbjs.org.uk (spinal OR spine) (tuberculosis OR tuberculoid OR TB) OR ("Pott's Disease") Most of these articles are available in full text
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Cervico Thoracic Junction Spinal Tuberculosis Presenting as Radiculopathy

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D.Gopalakrishnan,K.N.Krishna Neurology India, 50, March 2002
A case of cervico thoracic junctional area spinal tuberculosis presenting as painful radiculitis of the upper extremity is reported. The predominant symptom of radicular pain and muscle weakness in the hand, along with a claw deformity, led to considerable delay in diagnosis. The...
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Current difficulties in the diagnosis and management of spinal tuberculosis

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Postgraduate Medical Journal 2006;82:46-51
L Cormican , R Hammal , J Messenger , H J Milburn Department of Respiratory Medicine, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Hospitals Trust, London, UK
Aims: A retrospective study was performed at a UK centre to identify the demographic and presenting features of a spinal TB population, their response...
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Double Gibbus Due to Spinal Tuberculosis

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Ahuja SR, Karande S, Thadhani AA. Double Gibbus Due to Spinal Tuberculosis. J Postgrad Med 2003;49:346-347
A 2-year-old girl presented with fever, anorexia and progressive spinal deformity for the past two months, and cough and breathlessness for the past two weeks. There was no apparent contact with a case of tuberculosis...
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Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis AFP

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Golden & Vikram Am Fam Physician 2005;72:1761-8.
From 1985 until 1992 there was a resurgence of tuberculosis in the United States that coincided with the epidemic of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Although the U.S. incidence of tuberculosis has since been in decline, this disease remains a major problem for much of...
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How to Diagnose Spinal Tuberculosis

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Spinal tuberculosis is an infection of the spine by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium. It is one of the oldest known diseases and has plagued mankind since Neolithic times. Spinal tuberculosis is still a common disease in developing countries, although it is now rare in the United States. Tuberculosis is contagious...
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Hypersensitivity Pathology of TB

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Account of Hypersensitivity types I - IV including good account of Tuberculosis. From Cambridge University Dept Pathology
Archive copy 2007
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Intradural spinal tuberculosis in the absence of vertebral or meningeal tuberculosis

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Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery 2006:14(1):71-5 CK Sree Harsha, AP Shetty, S Rajasekaran Department of Orthopaedics and Spinal Surgery, Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore, South India
We present a patient with spinal intradural tuberculosis in the absence of both vertebral and meningeal tuberculosis. Diagnosis was made based on intra-operative findings and was confirmed by histopathology. Early surgical decompression along with...
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Late reactivation of spinal tuberculosis by low-dose methotrexate therapy in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis

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Rheumatology 2001; 40: 341-342
K. Binymin and R. G. Cooper Department of Rheumatology, University of Manchester, Rheumatic Diseases Centre, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford M6 8HD, UK
It is generally accepted that the use of chronic corticosteroid treatment predisposes to primary tuberculosis (TB) and reactivation of TB infection [1], and most of...
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Management of Spinal Tuberculosis

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Incomplete text from Journal of Indian Medical Association article March 2004. Covers clinical presentation and investigation.
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Multicentric Spinal Tuberculosis with a Possible Concomitant Bacterial Infection

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This article describes a rare case of TB involving multicenters of the spine (ie, cervical, thora- columbar, sacroiliac regions) with a possible concomi- tant bacterial infection of the cervical lesion. Epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment are also discussed.
Hospital Physician July 2000 61
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One-stage lateral rhachotomy and posterior spinal fusion with compression hooks for Pott’s paralysis in the elderly

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Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery 2006;14(3):310-4 B Wang, H Ozawa, Y Tanaka, F Matsumoto, T Aizawa, S Kokubun Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan
ABSTRACT Purpose. To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of one-stage lateral rhachotomy and posterior fusion with compression hooks, for the treatment of Pott’s paralysis...
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Outcome and Management of Spinal Tuberculosis Medscape

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Outcome and Management of Spinal Tuberculosis According to the Severity of Disease: A Retrospective Study of 137 Adult Patients at Korean Teaching Hospitals
Spine. 2007;32(4):E130-E135 Park et al
In this study, we retrospectively analyzed the management and outcome of patients with spinal TB, in terms of the severity of disease,...
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