Evitar o efeito da vacinação BCG na detecção de infecção por Mycobacterium tuberculosis com um teste sanguíneo Avoiding the effect of BCG vaccination in detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection with a blood test

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Diel, R.; Ernst, M; Doscher, G; Visuri-Karbe, L; Greinert, U; Niemann, S; Nienhaus, A; Lange, C;
(2007)

O risco de progressão da infecção por Mycobacterium tuberculosis para tuberculose-doença é sobretudo elevado nos primeiros anos após a infecção, estimando-se que 50% dos casos de tuberculose-infecção desenvolvem doença nos dois anos seguintes. A investigação precoce dos... View more
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