The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease publishes articles on all aspects of lung health, including public health-related issues such as training programmes, cost-benefit analysis, legislation, epidemiology, intervention studies and health systems research. The IJTLD is dedicated to the continuing education of physicians and health personnel and the dissemination of information on tuberculosis and lung health world-wide.

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Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 2, Number 5, May 1998

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Free Content After health sector reform, whither lung health? [Counterpoint]
pp. 349-359(11)
Author: Chaulet, Pierre

Regular Papers

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Free Content Two-year follow-up of directly-observed intermittent regimens for smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis in China
pp. 360-364(5)
Authors: Cao, J. P.; Zhang, L. Y.; Zhu, J. Q.; Chin, D. P.

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Free Content Outcome of patients treated for tuberculosis in Vaud County, Switzerland
pp. 372-377(6)
Authors: Zellweger, J. P.; Coulon, P.

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Free Content Survey of knowledge, attitudes and practices for tuberculosis among general practitioners in Delhi, India
pp. 384-389(6)
Authors: Singla, Neeta; Sharma, P. P.; Singla, R.; Jain, R. C.

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Free Content Use of DNA fingerprinting for primary surveillance of nosocomial tuberculosis in a large urban hospital: detection of outbreaks in homeless people and migrant workers
pp. 390-396(7)
Authors: Lemaître, N.; Sougakoff, W.; Truffot-Pernot, C.; Cambau, E.; Derenne, J.-P.; Bricaire, F.; Grosset, J.; Jarlier, V.

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Free Content Impact of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 infection on the initial bacteriologic and radiographic manifestations of pulmonary tuberculosis in Uganda
pp. 397-404(8)
Authors: Johnson, J. L.; Vjecha, M. J.; Okwera, A.; Hatanga, E.; Byekwaso, F.; Wolski, K.; Aisu, T.; Whalen, C. C.; Huebner, R.; Mugerwa, R. D.; Ellner, J. J.; Makerere University-Case Western Reserve University Research Collaboration

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Free Content Intracranial tuberculoma in Kuwait
pp. 413-418(6)
Authors: Abdul-Ghaffar, N. U. A. M. A.; El-Sonbaty, M. R.; Rahman, N. A.

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Free Content Investigation of cross contamination in a Mycobacterium tuberculosis laboratory using IS6110 DNA fingerprinting
pp. 425-429(5)
Authors: Van Duin, J. M.; Pijnenburg, J. E. M.; van Rijswoud, C. M.; de Haas, P. E. W.; Hendriks, W. D. H.; van Soolingen, D.

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Free Content Susceptibilities of Mycobacterium malmoense determined at the growth optimum pH (pH 6.0)
pp. 430-434(5)
Authors: Heginbothom, M. L.; Lindholm-Levy, P. J.; Heifets, L. B.

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Free Content Valvular endocarditis due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis [Case Study]
pp. 435-437(3)
Authors: Klingler, K.; Brändli, O.; Doerfler, M.; Schluger, N.; Rom, W. N.

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Free Content Correspondence
pp. 438-439(2)

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