[ US /təˌbɝkjəˈɫoʊsɪs, tuˌbɝkjəˈɫoʊsəs, tuˌbɝkjuˈɫoʊsəs/ ]
[ UK /tjˌuːbəkjʊlˈə‍ʊsɪs/ ]
  1. infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)
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How To Use tuberculosis In A Sentence

  • Gastric lavage for isolation of M tuberculosis is a well accepted method.
  • In this course will be considered diphtheria, small-pox, the insect carriers of disease, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, and uncinariasis. The University of Virginia Record
  • Acid-fast staining should be done if tuberculosis is clinically suspected.
  • Skeletal tuberculosis is a haematogenous infection and affects almost all bones.
  • The loss of the plant led to thousands of children dying from malaria, tuberculosis and other treatable diseases.
  • Alternatively, the faculty might have contagious diseases, such as tuberculosis or varicella, and could infect patients.
  • Other common diseases include schistosomiasis, sleeping sickness, poliomyelitis, tuberculosis, and pneumonia.
  • In the nineteenth century, a mercury compound called calomel was used to treat everything from tuberculosis and parasites to toothaches and constipation. The Panic Virus
  • Starting in 1986, when she embarked on a fellowship in parasitology and vaccinology at the National Institutes of Health, she's dedicated herself to developing vaccines for AIDS and tuberculosis.
  • In countries afflicted by epidemics and pandemics like malaria and tuberculosis, growth and development will be threatened until these scourges can be contained.
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