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Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013

Letter

Peritoneal Tuberculosis in a Pregnant Woman from Haiti, United States

Kevin L. ArdComments to Author , Brian T. Chan, Danny A. Milner, Paul E. Farmer, and Serena P. Koenig
Author affiliations: Affiliations: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (K.L. Ard, B.T. Chan, D.A. Milner Jr, P.E. Farmer, S.P. Koenig); Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston (K.L. Ard, B.T. Chan)

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T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging sequence of the pregnant woman’s abdomen demonstrating an omental mass of intermediate intensity (white arrow) anterior to the uterus.

Figure. . . T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging sequence of the abdomen of a pregnant woman from Haiti. An omental mass of intermediate intensity (white arrow) is shown anterior to the uterus.

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