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“…Isonia zid metabolites, which accumulated during the period of re nal insufficiency [18], were probably responsible.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Isonia zid metabolites, which accumulated during the period of re nal insufficiency [18], were probably responsible.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The most likely reason for the failure of therapy in this pa tient with recurrent skin lesions is a combination of subop timal regimens [17,18] and the presence of a tuberculous abscess -a source of recurrent bacteremia. We were greatly limited in our choice of drugs by hepatotoxicity, nephrotox icity, ototoxicity, and CNS toxicity in this patient.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The treatment of tonsillar tuberculosis consists mainly of anti-tuberculosis therapy after tonsillectomy, cleansing of the local area, and strengthening of the immune system against further infection. Although the period of anti-tuberculosis treatments for primary tonsillar tuberculosis has not been well established, it has been reported that treatment strategies based on therapy paralleling pulmonary tuberculosis are generally effective [9]. However, in cases of extrapulmonary tuberculosis, such as tuberculo- sis lymphadenitis, joints, and bone marrow tuberculosis, more long-term anti-tuberculosis therapy is required [10].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning