Mycobacterial Infections: Still a Millennium Bug – the Imaging Features of Mycobacterial Infections Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Mycobacterial infection is re-emerging as a major health care concern. Although Mycobacterium tuberculosis(MTB) is still the most important pathogen, atypical mycobacterium (AMB) infections are becoming increasingly common. We present a pictorial review of the imaging features of these infections in the chest, abdomen, brain and musculoskeletal system. Imaging similarities and differences between the normal and the immunocompromised host will be highlighted.

authors

  • Koh, DM
  • Bell, JRG
  • Burkill, GJC
  • Padley, SPG
  • Healy, JC

publication date

  • July 2001