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John tüberkülozdan öldü. - John died of tuberculosis.

Tom tüberkülozdan öldü. - Tom died of tuberculosis.

i., tıb. tüberküloz, verem
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pulmonary tuberculosis
akciğer tüberkülozu
acute miliyar tuberculosis
(Tıp) akut miliyar tuberkülöz
pulmonary tuberculosis
akciğer veremi
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An infectious disease of humans and animals caused by a species of mycobacterium mainly infecting the lungs where it causes tubercles characterized by the expectoration of mucus and sputum, fever, weight loss, and chest pain. Transmission is through inhalation or ingestion of bacteria
An infectious disease caused by a bacteria characterized by formation of tubercles affecting the respiratory system
A chronic infectious disease with protean manifestations, primarily involving the lungs but capable of attacking most organs of the body caused by Mycohacterum tuberculosis
a disease caused by a bacterial infection TB can affect many parts of the body, but primarily involves the lungs (pulmonary tuberculosis) Like the common cold, TB spreads through the air when an infected person coughs, spits, talks or sneezes
A disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis TB primarily infects the lungs, but it may attack almost any tissue or organ of the body TB generally has a long latency period, and only about 10% of infected people with normal immunity ever experience active TB For people with immune deficiencies, active TB is much more common TB is transmitted in close quarters when a person with active TB coughs the microbe into the air
Infection, with or without disease, caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis Humans usually acquire infection by breathing in infectious droplets, which have been expelled from the respiratory tract of infected persons Tuberculosis disease mainly affects and damages the lungs, but the bacterium may spread to any other organ system The disease is slowly progressive and chronic if untreated and death may result Treatment with antibiotics is available, but must be administered over many months to achieve remission
Tuberculosis is a serious infectious disease that affects someone's lungs and other parts of their body. The abbreviation TB is also used. a serious infectious disease that affects many parts of your body, especially your lungs = TB (tuberculum (from tuber; TUBER) + -osis). formerly consumption Bacterial disease caused by some species of mycobacterium (tubercle bacillus). Mentioned in ancient Egyptian records and by Hippocrates, it has occurred throughout history worldwide. In the 18th-19th centuries it reached near-epidemic proportions in the rapidly industrializing and urbanizing Western world, where it was the leading cause of death until the early 20th century. TB resurged in the 1980s, spreading from AIDS patients to others, especially in prisons, homeless shelters, and hospitals, since enclosed settings promote spread. It occurs worldwide and is still a major cause of death in many countries. The body isolates the bacilli by forming tiny tubercles (nodules) around them. This often arrests TB's progress and no symptoms occur, but if the disease is not treated, it may become active and contagious later in life, most often when the immunity of the infected individual is suppressed (e.g., AIDS, after organ transplant). The original tubercle breaks down, releasing still viable bacilli into the bloodstream to cause a new infection, which starts with loss of energy and weight and persistent cough. Health deteriorates, with increasing cough and possibly pleurisy (see thoracic cavity) and spitting up blood. Growing tubercle masses may destroy so much lung tissue that respiration cannot supply the body with enough oxygen. Other organs can be affected, with complications including meningitis. A vaccine with weakened bacteria has helped control infection, but preventing exposure by recognizing and treating active TB early is more effective. Because many strains are resistant to drugs, treatment requires at least two drugs to which the patient's strain is sensitive and at least six months; inadequate treatment lets resistant bacilli multiply. The acute disease caused by multidrug-resistant strains is very hard to cure and usually fatal
Disease affecting the lungs caused by the bacillus of Koch, identified in 1882 by R Koch
1996 | 1990
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by a bacteria, Myobacterium tuberculosis which may affect almost any tissue or organ of the body The most common target of the disease, however, is the lungs
infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)
                       A  disease  caused  by  the  bacterium  Mycobacterium  tuberculosis   TB
An infection caused by bacteria called mycobacteria tuberculosis Many people infected with tuberculosis have no symptoms because it is dormant Once active, tuberculosis may cause damage to the lungs and other organs Active tuberculosis is also contagious and is spread through inhalation Treatment of tuberculosis involves taking antibiotics and vitamins for at least 6 months
{i} infectious lung disease caused by the organism Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Pathology)
A disease caused by infection with bacteria that can affect almost any tissue or organ of the body, the most common location being the lungs
a disease, also know as consumption or "TB," which leads to the degeneration of the lungs; still found throughout the world though uncommon in the United States Now curable but historically fatal In 1840 Dr John Croghan, owner of Mammoth Cave, built a hospital within Mammoth Cave to treat sufferers of TB, believing the constant temperature and humidity would help in their recovery
n Infectious disease that causes small rounded swellings (tubercles) to form on mucous membranes; pulmonary tuberculosis affects the lungs
Any of several bacterial diseaseswhich attack the lungs
(TB) A disease usually affecting the lungs It was formerly known as consumption
A constitutional disease characterized by the production of tubercles in the internal organs, and especially in the lungs, where it constitutes the most common variety of pulmonary consumption
—An infectious bacterial disease transmitted through the air that mainly affects the lungs
a usully chronic, highly variable disease that is caused by the tubercle bacillus and rarely in the U S by a related mycobacterium (Mycobacterium bovis); usually is communicated by inhalation of the airborne causative agent; affects especially the lungs but may spread to other areas (as the kidneys or spinal column) from local lesions or by way of the lymph or blood vessels; characterized by fever, cough, difficulty in breathing, inflammatory infiltrations, formation of tubercles, caseation (necrosis with conversion of damaged tissue into a soft cheesy substance), pleural effusion, and fibrosis
pulmonary tuberculosis
Tuberculosis (TB) infecting the lungs. This is the most common form of active TB. It can be easily transmitted to others when someone who has it coughs
miliary tuberculosis
An acute form of tuberculosis characterized by very small tubercles in various body organs, caused by the spread of tubercle bacilli through the bloodstream
miliary tuberculosis
acute tuberculosis characterized by the appearance of tiny tubercles on one or more organs of the body (presumably resulting from tubercle bacilli being spread in the bloodstream)
pulmonary tuberculosis
involving the lungs with progressive wasting of the body
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    phthisic, consumption, tb


    /to͞oˌbərkyo͞oˈlōsəs/ /tuːˌbɜrkjuːˈloʊsəs/


    [ tu-"b&r-ky&-'lO-s& ] (noun.) 1860. Latin tuberculum (diminutive of tuber, lump) + -osis (diseased condition).


    ... of drug resistant tuberculosis, those can travel around the world and they pose a danger ...

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