Slide 055 Clinical Presentation and Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
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This boy presented with several lesions. On a chest radiograph, he had a segmental lesion. In addition, he had a lesion in the neck (rendered dark by traditional medicine), an axillary lesion, and a lesion in the arm (the hump on the arm is the tuberculin skin test reaction), and the hand.

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