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Latent tuberculosis

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A diagnosis of latent tuberculosis (LTB), also called latent tuberculosis infection ( LTBI) means a patient is infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis, but the patient does not have active tuberculo...

CDC | TB | Basic TB Facts | Exposure to TB

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Mar 21, 2016 ... What to Do If You Have Been Exposed To TB You may have been exposed to TB bacteria if you spent time near someone with TB disease.

Lifetime Risks, Incubation Period, and Serial Interval of Tuberculosis

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However, to our knowledge, neither this lifetime risk nor the incubation period ( the time interval between initial infection and disease onset) of tuberculosis have  ...

Tuberculosis (TB) Information for Public Safety Personnel and First ...

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Tuberculosis (TB) is a treatable infectious disease that usually affects the lungs ... hours over a period of several days) with someone with active TB disease for a ...

Tuberculosis (TB) - New York State Department of Health

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The risk of active disease lessens as time passes. ... A person with TB disease may remain contagious until he/she has been on appropriate treatment for ...

Lifetime risks, incubation period, and serial interval of tuberculosis.

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Am J Epidemiol. 2000 Aug 1;152(3):247-63. Lifetime risks, incubation period, and serial interval of tuberculosis. Vynnycky E(1), Fine PE. Author information:

Tuberculosis - UpToDate

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Jul 31, 2015 ... Medications are available to treat TB and must be taken as ... The person does not develop active TB or become ill at this time but is said to ..... and Prevention/ Infectious Diseases Society of America: treatment of tuberculosis.

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Complex - Pathogen Safety Data Sheets

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Sep 13, 2012 ... PATHOGENICITY/TOXICITY: Tuberculosis infection can be of many different types. Primary .... INCUBATION PERIOD: 4-6 weeks. For latent TB ...

Tuberculosis (TB) - Causes - NHS Choices

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Although it is spread in a similar way to a cold or the flu, TB is not as contagious. You would usually have to spend prolonged periods in close contact with an ...

Mycobacterial infections (non-tuberculosis) - health.vic

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The incubation period of atypical mycobacterial infections can rarely be determined, ... Period of communicability of mycobacterial infections (non- tuberculosis).

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EXPOSURE TO TUBERCULOSIS

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Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that usually attacks the lungs but can ... someone with infectious pulmonary or laryngeal tuberculosis at a time when the ...

Tuberculosis - KidsHealth

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Tuberculosis (TB) is making a comeback in the United States today - particularly ... resolves on its own as a child develops immunity over a 6- to 10-week period.

How fast can tuberculosis symptoms appear? - tb cough contagious ...

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This page states that the incubation period for TB varies from weeks to ... Symptoms of pulmonary TB include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite and ...