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Extensive fibrosis caused by Pleural Tuberculosis: A lesson from a case without post-exposure-prophylaxis
Pediatric Pulmonology,

Emmrich JV et al. – The authors report the case of a 9–year–old boy with extensive pleural fibrosis and contraction of the affected hemithorax secondary to pleural tuberculosis (TB), who was successfully treated with a 6 months course of the standard WHO regimen. Although well described for the adult population, this complication is rare among children and to knowledge, no such case has been described since the widespread introduction of antitubercular therapy in the 1950s.

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