Miliary Tuberculosis Presenting as Acute Hepatitis and Haemophagocytic Syndrome

Ioannis, Zacharos; Konstantinos, Galariotis
August 2003
Internet Journal of Infectious Diseases;2003, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p57
Academic Journal
Miliary tuberculosis is the result of the hematogenous dissemination of mycobacterium tuberculosis. We report a case of miliary tuberculosis that presented as acute hepatitis with jaundice and haemophagocytic syndrome.


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