mycobacterial disease


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mycobacterial disease

[¦mī·kō·bak¦tir·ē·əl di‚zēz]
(medicine)
Any disease caused by species of Mycobacterium.
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Although mycobacterial disease is rare in the UK, the rising numbers of patients on immunosuppressive therapy should alert the clinician to the possibility of rarer pathologies.
Mendelian susceptibility to mycobacterial disease: genetic, immunological, and clinical features of inborn errors of IFN-Y immunity.
Autoimmunity, hypogammaglobulinemia, lymphoproliferation, and mycobacterial disease in patients with activating mutations in STAT3.
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We, therefore, submit that the p.Ile183Val low-frequency variant, with 0.003% frequency, is here associated with mycobacterial disease.
Primary immunodeficiency leading to mycobacterial disease. Internat JMycobacteriol.
(13) Other extrapulmonary manifestations of mycobacterial disease, such as mesenteric lymph node and adrenal calcifications as well as spinal abnormalities, may be visible on conventional radiographs.