Tag: Laboratory diagnosis of Tuberculosis

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Laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Tuberculosis

Laboratory diagnosis of Tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis Specimen and processing sputum, bronchial washings, brushings or biopsies or early morning gastric aspirates, Cerebospinal Fluid (CSF), urine Specimens from sputum and other nonsterile sites should be liquefied with N-acetyl-L-cysteine decontaminated with NaOH (kills many other bacteria and fungi), neutralized with buffer, and concentrated by centrifugation. Specimens […]

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