geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Recent status of the antituberculous therapy and the various modalities of cure from pulmonary tuberculosis and its clinicoanatomical variations with respect to the various types of treatment


, : Recent status of the antituberculous therapy and the various modalities of cure from pulmonary tuberculosis and its clinicoanatomical variations with respect to the various types of treatment. Clinica Nuova; Rassegna del Progresso Medico Internazionale 17(16-18): 335-347


US$29.90

PMID: 13150546


Other references

Beichel, E., 1986: Differentiation of 130 X- and V-Factor independent avian bacterial strains of the Pasteurellaceae family, with reference to recent taxonomic findings. 130 strains of bacteria, isolated from poultry, cage birds and wild birds (mainly from the respiratory tract) were assigned to four groups. In group 1, 17 strains were identified as P. multicida (13 subsp. multocida), and 10 as P. gallinarum. Othe...

Uzunoglu, E.; Sahin, A.M., 2017: Paecilomyces variotii peritonitis in a patient on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Paecilomyces variotii (P. variotii) is an extremely rare cause of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) peritonitis. When diagnosed, it usually portends poor prognosis. Patient's survival depends on early laboratory diagnosis and...

Mazel, J.A., 2008: The practice guideline 'Acne' (second revision) from the Dutch College of General Practitioners; a response from the perspective of general practice. The strength of the second revision of the practice guideline 'Acne' from the Dutch College of General Practitioners (NHG) lies mainly in bringing its therapy up to date. The guideline also points out psychosocial problems that can arise...

MacDonnell, P.; Greengard, O., 1975: The distribution of glutamate decarboxylase in rat tissues; isotopic vs fluorimetric assays. Journal of Neurochemistry 24(4): 615-618

Cormier Y.; Belanger J.; Desmeules M., 1980: Contribution of active gas exchange in the slope of phase iii. Federation Proceedings 39(3): ABSTRACT 1625

Hu, Y.Y.; Liu, K.Y.; Wang, L.C.; Zhang, J.W.; Jiang, Y.H.; Huang, Z.F.; Fu, G.B., 1985: A discussion on the control threshold of poplar scale insect Quadraspidiotus gigas (Thiem et Gerneck). Relations between timber vol. loss (%) and scale population density were analysed and a linear regression equation calculated. A vol. loss of 17% would be expected when scale populations reach 21/cmsuperscript 2, 25% loss at 31 scales/cmsuperscrip...

Rolle, L.; Tamagnone, A.; Bollito, E.; Ceruti, C.; Timpano, M.; Negro, C.Luigi.Augusto.; Galletto, E.; Fontana, D., 2008: Could plaque excision surgery with sis graft induce a new fibrotic reaction in la Peyronie's disease patients?. Peyronie's disease is an acquired disorder of tunica albuginea characterized by the formation of a fibrous plaque which may be associated with pain during erection, penile shortening and/or curvature, difficult vaginal penetration and erectil...

Dikshit, R.P.; Yeole, B.B.; Nagrani, R.; Dhillon, P.; Badwe, R.; Bray, F., 2012: Increase in breast cancer incidence among older women in Mumbai: 30-year trends and predictions to 2025. Increasing trends in the incidence of breast cancer have been observed in India, including Mumbai. These have likely stemmed from an increasing adoption of lifestyle factors more akin to those commonly observed in westernized countries. Analyses o...

Kingsley, N.P., 1979: Attitudes of landowners toward timber harvesting in the Northeast. A discussion of the results of surveys already noticed [see FA 37, 4871, 6503; 38, 1113; 40, 3448]. It is concluded that the future availability of timber from private lands in the NE will not substantially decrease, nor is it likely to increase.

Fuji H.; Mihich E.; Pressman D., 1976: In vitro study on differential tumor immunogenicity in drug resistant l 1210 sublines. Federation Proceedings 35(3): 226