- —Mycobacterium tuberculosis
- — very young and very old persons are affected, with the highest incidence in the first 3 years of life
- —Increased in incidence in immunocompromised patients, drug abusers, and patients with AIDS
- —Tuberculous meningitis is the most frequent manifestation and tends to involve the basal leptomeninges.
- Best diagnostic clue
- o Basilar meningitis + extracerebral TB (pulmonary)
- o Meningitis + parenchymal lesions highly suggestive.
Chest X Ray Imaging
pediatrics ultrasound images Brain tumour interventional radiology Imaging ultrasound nature random ramblings xray procedure web 2.0 video Fun Sonographic Measurements Stroke radiology business tuberculosis Clinicoradiological series GI radiology Gastrointestinal x ray Radiology Conferences Radiology Images Telemedicine dynamic MRI lifestyle renal case spine Dams clinicoradiological series Entrepreneur Gastrointestinal Tract Images Ultrasound Technique career fracture gadolinium gastrointestinal genitourinary radiology mri lower abdomen psychiatry weblog MRI contrast Tsunami - Trauma - Imaging finding - Emergency radiology - Tsunami sinusitis - Retained soft tissue foreign body radiology learning ultrasound image of The segments of the liver