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Of all electronic medical records of tuberculosis patients recorded in the Report of Verified Cases of Tuberculosis report for the State of Texas for the years 2000 to 2005. The database includes epidemiological, demographic, clinical and laboratory data. Each case is reviewed and validated at each administrative level. Each patient's death was ascertained by querying the patient's record against
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Ality in genitourinary tuberculosis was no different from latent tuberculosis, while meningitis had the poorest long-term outcome of 46.2 . Compared to meningitis the HR for death was 0.50 (CI: 0.27-0.91) for lymphatic disease, 0.42 (CI: 0.21-0.81) for bone/joint disease, and 0.59 (CI: 0.27-1.31) for peritonitis. The relationship between mortality and therapy duration for each type of EPTB was a u
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Crobiol 2009, 47:2981?. Van Elden LJR, Van Loon AM, Van Alphen F, Hendriksen KAW, Hoepelman AIM, Van Kraaij MGJ, Oosterheert J-J, Schipper P, Schuurman R, Nijhuis M: Frequent detection of human coronaviruses in clinical specimens from patients with respiratory tract infection by use of a novel real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction. J Infect Dis 2004, 189:652?. Dare RK, Fry AM,
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Ality in genitourinary tuberculosis was no different from latent tuberculosis, while meningitis had the poorest long-term outcome of 46.2 . Compared to meningitis the HR for death was 0.50 (CI: 0.27-0.91) for lymphatic disease, 0.42 (CI: 0.21-0.81) for bone/joint disease, and 0.59 (CI: 0.27-1.31) for peritonitis. The relationship between mortality and therapy duration for each type of EPTB was a u
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Ality in genitourinary tuberculosis was no different from latent tuberculosis, while meningitis had the poorest long-term outcome of 46.2 . Compared to meningitis the HR for death was 0.50 (CI: 0.27-0.91) for lymphatic disease, 0.42 (CI: 0.21-0.81) for bone/joint disease, and 0.59 (CI: 0.27-1.31) for peritonitis. The relationship between mortality and therapy duration for each type of EPTB was a u
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Oots TP: Detection of human bocavirus in respiratory, fecal, and blood samples by real-time PCR. J Med Virol 2009, 493(November 2008):488?93. Dang X, Bialasiewicz S, Nissen MD, Sloots TP, Koralnik IJ, Tan CS: Infrequent detection of KI. WU and MC polyomaviruses in immunosuppressed individuals with or without progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy. PloS One 2011, 6:e16736. Pryce TM, Palladino S
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Classification and regression tree analyses and standard regression models was used to identify high-order interactions and clinical factors predictive of long-term all-cause mortality. Results: Four hundred and thirty eight patients met study criteria; the median study follow-up period for the cohort was 7.8 (inter-quartile range 6.0-10.1) years. The overall all-cause mortality rate was 0.025 (95
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D outcome leads to the hypothesis that longer duration of therapy may lead to higher patient mortality. Keywords: Extra-pulmonary tuberculosis, Therapy duration, Survival, Peritoneal, MeningitisBackground Tuberculosis (TB) affects 8.7 million people each year; while 1 in every 3 human beings on earth has been exposed to Mycobacterium tuberculosis and has latent tuberculosis infection [1]. The vast