Jan 1, 1997

Effectiveness of immunodiagnosis of drug intolerance in adolescents having tuberculosis and concomitant diseases

Problemy tuberkuleza
L I RusakovaE S Ovsiankina

Abstract

Fifty seven adolescents having tuberculosis and clinical signs of drug intolerance were examined by immunological tests (thermistometry and blast-transformation reaction in 20 and 37 patients, respectively). Of them 30 patients had concomitant diseases. Patients with concurrent abnormalities require laboratory evidence for drug intolerance. Of all negative tests, they were more common in patients with concomitant abnormalities (65.5%), but they amounted to 34.5% in those without concomitant abnormalities. There was a similarity of the clinical symptomatology of intolerance with negative immunological responses to the exacerbation or increased symptoms of concomitant diseases.

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Cholera Infantum
Tuberculosis
Bright Disease
Intolerance Function
Impaired Glucose Tolerance
Drug Intolerance
Antitubercular Agents
Disorder of Eye
Complications of Diabetes Mellitus
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary

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