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tuberculate

[tə′bər·kyə·lət]
(biology)
Having or characterized by knoblike processes.
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Necrosis suggested a tubercular etiology though chest radiograph did not reveal any active or healed tubercular lesions.
The purpose of this study is to assess use of CSF ADA value in differential diagnosis of TBM as CSF ADA levels is a quick and comparatively cheap diagnostic tool that can be useful, especially in resource-limited settings, in early confirmation of tubercular etiology in cases of meningitis.
Acid-fast bacilli in the aspirated pus indicated tubercular etiology of the lesion.
Among these patients tubercular liver abscess is reported in only around 0.34% of patients which is secondary to primary lung or gastro-intestinal tuberculosis (3).
Patients in the observation group were subdivided according to purulent meningitis, cryptococcal meningitis, viral meningitis and tubercular meningitis.
When Parker gets back he hooks up with a talented but tubercular composer named Con Conners.
In time management of tubercular abscess is very crucial as without treatment patients can have complicated clinical course.
Extrapulmonary tuberculosis in head and neck regions includes cervical lymphadenitis, TB of larynx, TB of tonsils, TB of salivary glands, tubercular otitis media, and tuberculosis of nose and nasopharynx.
Persons diagnosed to have 'diabetic tuberculosis' should be managed in the same way as euglycaemic or non- diabetic persons detected to have tubercular infection.10
Tubercular lesions usually occur in immunocompromised patients (4,6) and rarely in an immunocompetent individual (4).
Amedeo Modigliani was only 35 when he died in 1920 of tubercular meningitis, having made little money from his art.