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  • Case 51 (August 30, 2005)
    K.H. female 14 mos old.
    Chest x-ray: Bilateral hilar lymphadenitis.

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    Case 52 (August 30, 2005)
    M.A. boy 9 yrs old.
    Chest x-ray: Fibrous and calcified right hilar lesions as a result of self-limited disease.

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    Case 53 (August 30, 2005)
    S.B. girl 8 yrs old.
    Infected by her grandfather. Asymptomatic. TST 22 mm.
    Chest x-ray: Right hilar node lymphadenitis. Possible primary lesion in the left lower lobe. Left hilar involvement with ipsilateral lymphangiitis.

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    Case 54 (August 30, 2005)
    X.M female 20 mos old.
    Radiological evolution of right hilar lymphadenitis under treatment with I+R+P.
    Prednisone was added after xray (c). Pathologic evolution of lesions in spite of treatment is a common phenomenon. Mycobacterial isolate from father was susceptible to all primary antituberculous drugs. Two years after treatment the child had a normal xray.
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    C. xray (c)


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    Case 55 (August 30, 2005)
    T.I. girl 12 yrs old.
    Screening TST 16 mm.
    Chest x-ray: Calcified tubercle in the left lower lobe.

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