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Miliary tuberculosis in a patient after renal transplantation.

A report is presented on the first case of miliary tuberculosis in a group of 84 kidney transplant recipients treated in the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Prague, until March 1976. The specific process was verified by bacteriological investigations of the sputum and urine. Productive specific tuberculoid-type nodules with sporadically occurring acidoresistant rods were detected in a bioptic specimen of the transplanted kidney. Also discussed are therapeutical problems in progressive renal graft insufficiency and in simultaneous chronic hepatopathy.[1]


  1. Miliary tuberculosis in a patient after renal transplantation. Kaslíková, J., Tousek, J., Jirka, J., Reneltová, I., Rossmann, P., Kocandrle, V. Czechoslovak medicine. (1978) [Pubmed]
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