Volume 1, Number 4—October 1995
Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Children: Increased Need for Better Methods
|> or = 5 mm||> or = 10 mm||> or = 15 mm|
|Persons who had contact with infectious persons Persons with an abnormal chest radiograph HIV-infected and other immuno- suppressed persons||Foreign-born persons from high-prevalence countries Residents of prisons, nursing homes, institutions Persons who inject drugs Persons with other medical risk factors Health-care workers Locally identified populations at high risk Children in contact with adults at high risk Infants||No risk factors|
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