Imaging in Pediatric Extra-Pulmonary Tuberculosis
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Extrapulmonary tuberculosis in children tends to be more severe than the adults. It can affect almost any organ system of the body. The clinical manifestations are often non-specific. Imaging findings are also not always very specific. This article describes the imaging spectrum of pediatric extrapulmonary tuberculosis.
KeywordsTuberculosis Extrapulmonary Imaging CECT
AD: Literature search and manuscript drafting; AKG: Manuscript and article review; MJ: Manuscript preparation, figure preparation, reference cross checking. AKG will act as guarantor for this paper.
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