Clinical and radiological deterioration due to Mycobacterium szulgai in an asthmatic patient
Keywords: Mycobacterium szulgai, non tuberculous mycobacteria, asthma
AbstractWe report the case of a 23-year-old asthmatic woman who had clinical and radiological deterioration due to Mycobacterium szulgai infection and good response to anti-mycobacterial treatment without any structural abnormalities in previous lung imaging studies. M. szulgai may be considered a pathogen able to cause deterioration of respiratory health even in patients with previously normal lungs.
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Marjani M, Mansouri N, Tabarsi P, Baghaei P, Farnia P, SheikholslamiF-M, Mansouri D (2011) Clinical and radiological deterioration due to Mycobacterium szulgai in an asthmatic patient. J Infect Dev Ctries 6:89-91. doi: 10.3855/jidc.1537
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