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*  Kensuke Mitsuda
He first discovered the coexistence of tuberculosis and leprosy in a lymph node. The number of autopsies he conducted is the ... 1900 On the lymphnode affected with leprosy and tuberculosis, Tokyo Igakkai Zasshi 15,9,1901 On the leprosy of internal organs ...
*  Alfred Trzebinski
His purpose had been to inject tuberculosis bacteria and to excise the axillary lymph nodes. On the night of 20 April 1945, ...
*  Harold Stiles
Stiles showed that tuberculosis of bones, joints and cervical lymph nodes was often caused by the bovine form of the tubercle ... was a British surgeon who was known for his research into cancer and tuberculosis and for treatment of nerve injuries. Harold ... and during this period he or his assistants published important papers on surgical tuberculosis, earning him recognition ...
*  Miliary tuberculosis
Patients with miliary tuberculosis often experience non-specific signs, such as coughing and enlarged lymph nodes. Miliary ... Miliary tuberculosis is a form of tuberculosis that is characterized by a wide dissemination into the human body and by the ... Miliary tuberculosis is present in about 2% of all reported cases of tuberculosis and accounts for up to 20% of all extra- ... tuberculosis. Miliary TB may infect any number of organs, including the lungs, liver, and spleen. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C15)
... tuberculosis, lymph node MeSH C15.604.360.500 --- lymphangiectasis, intestinal MeSH C15.604.451.500 --- lymphangiectasis, ... giant lymph node hyperplasia MeSH C15.604.515.292 --- granuloma MeSH C15.604.515.292.007 --- angiolymphoid hyperplasia with ... tuberculosis, splenic MeSH C15.604.744.954 --- wandering spleen MeSH C15.604.921.500 --- king's evil. ...
*  Mycobacterium tuberculosis
"Progenitor Mycobacterium canettii clone responsible for lymph node tuberculosis epidemic, Djibouti". Emerging Infect. Dis. 20 ( ... TB database: an integrated platform for Tuberculosis research Photoblog about Tuberculosis "Mycobacterium tuberculosis". NCBI ... tuberculosis. The M. tuberculosis complex evolved in Africa and most probably in the Horn of Africa. The M. tuberculosis group ... M. tuberculosis is part of a complex that has at least 9 species: M. tuberculosis sensu stricto, M. africanum, M. canetti, M. ...
*  Extrapulmonary tuberculosis
Spread to lymph nodes is the most common. An ulcer originating from nearby infected lymph nodes may occur and is painless, ... The dry or plastic form causes a fibrous reaction in the peritoneum results in adhesion of bowel loops andcaseous lymph nodes. ... Other findings in the abdomen such as miliary microabscesses in the liver or spleen, splenomegaly, splenic or lymph node ... B. Peripherally enhancing central hypodense mesenteric lymph nodes (arrow). C. Smooth peritoneal thickening and enhancement. A ...
*  Mediastinal lymphadenopathy
... or mediastinal adenopathy is an enlargement of the Mediastinal lymph nodes Tuberculosis Sarcoidosis ... Lymphoma Whipple's disease Goodpasture syndrome hypersensitive pneumonitis Lymphadenopathy Mediastinum Mediastinal lymph node ...
*  Company A, 6th Florida Infantry Regiment
... is a tuberculosis infection of the lymph nodes in the neck. See NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine, https://www.nlm.nih.gov/ ...
*  Louis XVII of France
... chronic lymph node swelling or infection) of the neck (cervical lymph nodes) lymph nodes associated with tuberculosis.[citation ...
*  Touch piece
... a form of tuberculosis of the bones and lymph nodes, commonly known as the "King's or Queen's Evil" or "Morbus Regius". In ...
*  Vasily Aleksanyan
He became almost blind and developed cancer of the liver with metastasis into the lymph nodes. He also became ill with ... tuberculosis and AIDS and his spleen was surgically removed). On 8 December 2008 Moscow City Court reversed the decision of ... tuberculosis. Despite the grave medical situation demanding urgent antiretroviral treatment and chemotherapy in a hospital, he ...
*  Caseous necrosis
When the hilar lymph node for instance is infected with tuberculosis and leads to caseous necrosis, its gross appearance can be ... of caseous necrosis Image of a hilar lymph node demonstrating caseous necrosis Image of a caseating granuloma of tuberculosis ... Frequently, caseous necrosis is encountered in the foci of tuberculosis infections. It can also be caused by syphilis and ...
*  Tuberculosis
This hematogenous transmission can also spread infection to more distant sites, such as peripheral lymph nodes, the kidneys, ... Tuberculosis at Curlie (based on DMOZ) "Tuberculosis (TB)". Centers for Disease Control. "Tuberculosis (TB)". UK Health ... Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease usually caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Tuberculosis ... Tuberculosis has been present in humans since ancient times. Play media Tuberculosis may infect any part of the body, but most ...
*  Tuberculous lymphadenitis
... (or tuberculous adenitis) is a chronic specific granulomatous inflammation of the lymph node with ... caseation necrosis, caused by infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis or Mycobacterium bovis. The characteristic ...
*  Tuberculosis in India
Although the TB bacteria can infect any organ (e.g., kidney, lymph nodes, bones, joints) in the body, the disease commonly ... other diseases caused by mycobacteria Latent tuberculosis List of tuberculosis victims Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Structural ... Tuberculosis in India at Curlie (based on DMOZ) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Tuberculosis ... Inactive tuberculosis means that one can even unconsciously and unknowingly acquire the bacteria for tuberculosis within them ...
*  Mediastinal fibrosis
It is characterized by invasive, calcified fibrosis centered on lymph nodes that block major vessels and airways. In Europe, ... Mediastinal fibrosis most common cause is idiopathic mediastinal fibrosis; less commonly histoplasmosis tuberculosis or unknown ...
*  Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
... and lymph nodes. In humans, symptoms of Far East scarlet-like fever are similar to those of infection with Yersinia ... In animals, Y. pseudotuberculosis can cause tuberculosis-like symptoms, including localized tissue necrosis and granulomas in ...
*  Ghon's complex
The lesions consist of a calcified focus of infection and an associated lymph node. These lesions are particularly common in ... primary tuberculosis is usually caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and almost always begins in the lungs. Typically, the ... Curvo-Semedo L, Teixeira L, Caseiro-Alves F (2005). "Tuberculosis of the chest". Eur J Radiol. 55 (2): 158-72. doi:10.1016/j. ... Tubercle bacilli, either free or within phagocytes, drain to the regional nodes, which also often caseate. This combination of ...
*  Granuloma
The granulomas in this disease are found in the lymph nodes draining the site of the scratch. They are characteristically " ... but are not specific for tuberculosis. A definitive diagnosis of tuberculosis requires identification of the causative organism ... Necrosis in granulomas Granuloma without necrosis in a lymph node of a person with sarcoidosis. Granuloma with central necrosis ... most commonly the lungs and lymph nodes within the chest cavity. Other common sites of involvement include the liver, spleen, ...
*  Anton Ghon
... when the aforementioned infection involves surrounding lymph nodes. His best written effort is a 1912 treatise of childhood ... Ghon was a specialist in the field of bacteriology, and is remembered for his work with meningitis and tuberculosis. His name ... tuberculosis called "Der primäre Lungenherd bei der Tuberkulose der Kinder". Der primäre Lungenherd bei der Tuberkulose der ... is lent to Ghon focus, which is a primary infection associated with tuberculosis, as well as Ghon's complex - ...
*  Georges André Kohn
... were infected with live tuberculosis bacilli by Heissmeyer. They all later had their axillary lymph nodes surgically removed ...
*  Bubo
A bubo (Greek βουβών, boubôn, "groin") (plural form: buboes) is the swelling of the lymph nodes. It is found in infections such ... as bubonic plague, gonorrhea, chlamydia in lymphogranuloma venerum, tuberculosis, chancroid or syphilis. It is similar in ...
*  Jean-François Calot
Calot's node - gallbladder lymph node. Calot's method - treatment of tuberculous abscesses by repeated puncture and ... Mounier-Kuhn A, Sutter B (2005). "[François Calot's concepts about the treatment of osteoarticular tuberculosis]". Hist Sci Med ... Calot's operation - surgical correction of spinal deformity due to Pott's disease (spinal tuberculosis). Philippe Loisel La Vie ...
*  Bullenhuser Damm
Heissmeyer then had their axillary lymph nodes surgically removed from their armpits and sent to Dr Hans Klein at the ... Although previously disproven, his hypothesis was that the injection of live tuberculosis bacilli into subjects would act as a ... He attempted to prove his hypothesis by injecting live tuberculosis bacilli into the lungs and bloodstream of "Untermenschen" ( ... The medical experiments on tuberculosis infection were initially carried out on prisoners from the Soviet Union and other ...
*  Hodgkin's lymphoma
Microscopy Microscopic examination of the lymph node biopsy reveals complete or partial effacement of the lymph node ... The remaining cases included non-Hodgkin lymphoma, tuberculosis, and syphilis. Hodgkin's lymphoma was one of the first cancers ... or of one lymph node region and a contiguous extralymphatic site (IIe); Stage III is involvement of lymph node regions on both ... Lymph nodes: the most common symptom of Hodgkin's is the painless enlargement of one or more lymph nodes, or lymphadenopathy. ...