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Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis, 2000

Chapter 5
Diagnosis of TB

Selected Bibliography

Braden CR. Current concepts in Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA fingerprinting. Infect Dis Clin Prac 1997;6:89-95.

Braden CR, Templeton GL, Stead WW, Bates JH, Cave MD, Valway SE. Retrospective detection of laboratory cross-contamination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis cultures with use of DNA fingerprint analysis. Clin Infect Dis 1997;24:35-40.

Braden CR, Templeton GL, Cave MD, et al. Interpretation of restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from a state with a large rural population. J Infect Dis 1997;175:1446-52.

Cohen R, Muzaffar S, Capellan J, Azar H, Chinikamwala M. The validity of classic symptoms and chest radiographic configurations in predicting pulmonary tuberculosis. Chest 1996;109:420-23.

Daley CL, Small PM, Schecter GF, et al. An outbreak of tuberculosis with accelerated progression among persons infected with the human immunodeficiency virus: an analysis using restriction-fragment-length polymorphism. N Engl J Med 1992;326:231-235.

Grzybowski S, Fishault H, Rowe J, Brown A. Tuberculosis among patients with various radiologic abnormalities, followed by the Chest Clinic Service. Am Rev Respir Dis 1971;104:605-608.

Stead WW, Kerby GR, Schlueter DP, Jordahl CW. The clinical spectrum of primary tuberculosis in adults: confusion with reinfection in the pathogenesis of chronic tuberculosis. Ann Intern Med 1968;68:731-745.

Infectious diseases of the lungs. In: Fraser RG, Pare JAP, Pare P, Fraser RS, Genereux GP, eds. Diagnosis of Diseases of the Chest. Third edition. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company; 1989:883-932.


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