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A case of excision of the tongue, followed by death from acute miliary tuberculosis
|Other titles||Annals of Surgery.|
|Statement||by Francis J. Shepherd.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 28579.|
|The Physical Object|
Edward VI (–), died of tuberculosis at age 15 during his short reign as King of England; Cat Stevens (now Yusuf Islam) §, British singer-songwriter; Christiaan Van Vuuren; References. Rothman, Sheila M. (). Living in the Shadow of Death: Tuberculosis and the Social Experience of Illness in American History. ISBN Despite the availability of effective treatment for most cases, it is still a cause of death in our environment. Some cases of active tuberculosis (TB) are not identified until the patient is dead and an autopsy has been performed. We report an autopsy case of miliary TB and discuss the mechanism of death. Case Report N.M. is a year-old.
Al-Rikabi AC, Arafah MAR. Tuberculosis of the Tongue Clinically Masquerading as a Neoplasm: A Case Report and Literature Review. Oman Med J Jul; 26(4) How to cite this URL. Al-Rikabi AC, Arafah MAR. Tuberculosis of the Tongue Clinically Masquerading as a Neoplasm: A Case Report and Literature Review. Oman Med J Jul; 26(4) Considering the history of the case together with the- pathological appearances, the inference appears to be justified that we had to do with a pneumonia of the left lower lobe consequent upon an injury to the chest and that the pneumonia had a few weeks before death become infected by the virus of tubercle and an acute tuberculosis had.
They reported twenty-two cases of tuberculosis of the mouth, in twelve of which the tuberculous mouth lesion was related to a tooth socket or apex. The remaining ten had mucous membrane tuberculosis affecting the gingiva, palate, or tongue, and there was one case each of tuberculous osteo-myelitis and tuberculous lymph- adenitis. A case of excision of the tongue, followed by death from acute miliary tuberculosis [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), by Francis J. Shepherd (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Consumption [electronic resource]: treatment at home and rules for living / (Ottawa: Canadian Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis.
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Introduction. Tuberculosis of the tongue, whether primary or secondary, is quite a rare phenomenon. Cases of lingual tuberculosis were recognized as early as ,1 and were published as isolated case reports or case series The clinical diagnosis is often very difficult if not impossible as it is rare to suspect that an ulcer, fissure or nodular mass in the tongue is tuberculous in by: 2.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shepherd, Francis J. (Francis John), Case of excision of the tongue, followed by death from acute miliary tuberculosis. Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis 1 Francis J.
Shepherd 1 Read before the Montreal Medico-Chirurgical Society, J Cited by: 3. A case of excision of the tongue, followed by death from acute miliary tuberculosis [electronic resource] / By Francis J. (Francis John) Shepherd. Abstract. Caption tit1e."Reprint from Anna1s of Surgery, Nov., "Electronic of access: Internet Miliary tuberculosis is a form of tuberculosis that is characterized by a wide dissemination into the human body and by the tiny size of the lesions (1–5 mm).
Its name comes from a distinctive pattern seen on a chest radiograph of many tiny spots distributed throughout the lung fields with the appearance similar to millet seeds—thus the term "miliary" lty: Infectious disease.
Furugen et al searched sixteen recent cases of tuberculosis of tongue in Japan and found that there was increased Book.
Feb ; L. DeLong Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from. A case of tuberculosis of the tongue in a year-old woman with active pulmonary tuberculosis is described.
The lingual tuberculosis was considered to be a secondary infection from the pulmonary disease, but the oral lesions were, in fact, noticed prior to recognition of the pulmonary lesion.
Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis. Ann Surg Nov; 8 (5) / [ PubMed ] [ Cross Ref ]. and excision biopsy was done (Fig. A case of primary tuberculosis of the tongue in a year-old male patient is presented.
Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary. Tuberculosis of the tongue is a very rare event even in areas and countries in which tuberculosis is endemic.
The disease can present itself in a variety of clinical appearances, most of which may mimic malignant lingual neoplasms clinically. In this case, we present a patient who initially complained of an ulcerated lingual swelling, which was suspected to be a squamous cell carcinoma on.
Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis. Ann Surg Nov;8(5) Ann Surg Nov;8(5) Tuberculosis of the tongue clinically masquerading as a neoplasm: a case report and literature review.
Introduction. Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that has displayed increasing incidence in the last decades. Inthe WHO estimated the incidence of tuberculosis around - 9 million cases worldwide ().The abundance of migrations, the appearance of resistant strains, the increasing poverty, and increasing number of immune-suppressed patients are some of the reasons for such a.
cases in the literature are cases of secondary tuberculosis, in association with pulmonary le-sion or primary focus elsewhere . The clini-cal diagnosis of primary lingual tuberculosis is very difficult in cases of non-healing ulcer over tongue.
The diagnosis is made by histopatho-logical examination. We report a case of lin-gual tuberculosis. 75% of the cases followed by miliary tuberculosis in % cases. The principal acute complications of tuberculosis were hemoptysis and pneumothorax another study most common cause of tuberculosis related sudden deaths was tuberculous bronchopneumonia in 64% cases and hemoptysis in 30 % patients Bobrowitz conducted a.
Investigations. In the biopsy of the bones (vertebra and iliac bone) Mycobacterium tuberculosis had been isolated classifying this case as an extrapulmonary TB (because the sputum smears were negative for TB) with multifocal bone affection. Conventional radiological imaging of the thorax was normal (figure 1).The CT scan (figures 2 and and3) 3) showed multiple lesions: right clavicle, 12th rib.
Introduction. Tuberculosis (TB) is a leading cause of preventable morbidity and mortality worldwide. The latest World Health Organization (WHO) figures indicate that in there were million incident cases of TB, with 13% of cases occurring among patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.1,2 The disease primarily involves the lungs, and at times distant blood-borne.
CASE REPORT: We report on the clinical course of a year-old patient with an oral manifestation of miliary tuberculosis. In addition to oral mucosa and lung, the colon and ileum were also infested.
Before chemotherapy was available for tuberculosis, removal to a sanatorium, bed rest and closure of pulmonary cavities by lung collapse was the standard treatment. With current drug regimens, surgery is now rarely necessary. In the UK, TB is usually managed by a consultant physician and specialist nurse.
Cases of lingual tuberculosis have been described from . aspect of tongue and measured around xcms in size (Fig. It was firm in consistency with some areas being Shepherd FJ: Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis.
Ann Surg. ; 8: 2. Gupta A, Shinde KJ, Bhardwaj I: Primary. Pulmonary tuberculosis is treatable but deaths due to its complications are on the rise due to its association with HIV infection or evolution of multi drug resistant tubercle bacilli strains.
1 We present 3 cases of death due to tuberculosis diagnosed on autopsy. Case series Case 1. In the antibiotic era, tuberculosis (TB) still causes a substantial number of mortalities.
We aimed to identify the causes and risks of death among TB patients. Medical records of mortality cases of culture-proven TB diagnosed during – were reviewed. All TB deaths were classified into 2 groups (TB-related and non-TB-related), based on the underlying cause of death.Tuberculosis, infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
In most forms of the disease, the bacillus spreads slowly and widely in the lungs, causing the formation of hard nodules (tubercles) or large cheeselike masses that break down the respiratory tissues and form cavities in the lungs.2.
Iype EM, Ramdas K, Pandey M et al. Primary tuberculosis of tongue: report of three J Oral maxillofac Surg.
; 3. Gupta A, Shinde KJ, Bhardwaj I. Primary lingual tuberculosis: a case report. J Laryn Otol. ; 4. Shepherd FJ. Excision of the Tongue Followed by Death from Acute Miliary Tuberculosis.