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Volume 12, Number 3—March 2006

Letter

"Mycobacterium tilburgii" Infections

Dirk Wagner*Comments to Author , Margreet C. Vos†‡, Anton G.M. Buiting‡, Annerose Serr*, Anneke M.C. Bergmans§, Winfried V. Kern*, and Leo M. Schouls¶
Author affiliations: *University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany; †Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; ‡St Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, the Netherlands; §Franciscus Hospital, Roosendaal, the Netherlands; ¶National Institute of Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, the Netherlands

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Figure A1

Yellow plaques in the mucosa of the duodenum in patient 2. Similar lesions had been observed in patient 1 in the colon, ileum, and bladder, whereas white lesion had been described in the other AIDS patient with gastrointestinal disease (9).

Figure A1. Yellow plaques in the mucosa of the duodenum in patient 2. Similar lesions had been observed in patient 1 in the colon, ileum, and bladder, whereas white lesion had been described in the other AIDS patient with gastrointestinal disease (9).

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