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.

Certain IJTLD articles are selected for translation into French, Spanish, Chinese or Russian. They are available on the Union website

Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 7, Number 8, August 2003

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Free Content HIV and tuberculosis: surveillance revisited [Editorial]
pp. 709-709(1)
Author: Corbett, Elizabeth L.

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Free Content The validity of HIV testing using sputum from suspected tuberculosis patients, Botswana, 2001
pp. 710-713(4)
Authors: Talbot, E. A.; Hone, N. M.; Moffat, H. J.; Lee, E. J.; Moeti, T. L.; Mokobela, K.; Mbulawa, M.; Binkin, N. J.; Wells, C. D.; Kenyon, T. A.

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Free Content Etiology of pulmonary infections in predominantly HIV-infected adults with suspected tuberculosis, Botswana
pp. 714-723(10)
Authors: Lockman, S.; Hone, N.; Kenyon, T. A; Mwasekaga, M.; Villauthapillai, M.; Creek, T.; Zell, E.; Kirby, A.; Thacker, W. L.; Talkington, D.; Moura, I. N.; Binkin, N. J.; Clay, L.; Tappero, J. W.

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Free Content Decentralisation of directly observed treatment in a large African city: evaluation of the experience of Djibouti
pp. 724-729(6)
Authors: Bernatas, J-J.; Ali, I. M.; Ismaël, H. A.; Matan, A. B.; Aboubakar, I. H.

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Free Content Outcome of directly observed therapy for tuberculosis in Yokohama City, Japan
pp. 730-734(5)
Authors: Tsuchida, K.; Koyanagi, H.

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Free Content Tuberculosis-related deaths in Queensland, Australia, 1989–1998: characteristics and risk factors
pp. 742-750(9)
Authors: Walpola, H. C.; Siskind, V.; Patel, A. M.; Konstantinos, A.; Derhy, P.

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Free Content Epidemiology and control of tuberculosis in Western European cities
pp. 751-757(7)
Authors: Hayward, A. C.; Darton, T.; Van-Tam, J. N.; Watson, J. M.; Coker, R.; Schwoebel, V.

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Free Content Tuberculin skin test reactions by time of reading among Dutch travellers
pp. 758-763(6)
Authors: Cobelens, F.; Van Deutekom, H.; Draayer-Jansen, I.; Schepp-Beelen, A.; Van Gerven, P.; Mensen, M.

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Free Content Clinical and radiographic features of pulmonary tuberculosis in non-AIDS immunocompromised patients
pp. 764-770(7)
Authors: Kiyan, E.; Kilicaslan, Z.; Gurgan, M.; Tunaci, A.; Yildiz, A.

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Free Content Urinary neopterin measurement as a non-invasive diagnostic method in pulmonary tuberculosis
pp. 771-776(6)
Authors: Yuksekol, I.; Ozkan, M.; Akgul, O.; Tozkoparan, E.; Al-Rashed, M.; Balkan, A.; Hatipoglu, K.; Bilgic, H.; Erbil, K.; Demirci, N.

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Free Content Adenosine deaminase and interferon gamma measurements for the diagnosis of tuberculous pleurisy: a meta-analysis
pp. 777-786(10)
Authors: Greco, S.; Girardi, E.; Masciangelo, R.; Capoccetta, G. B.; Saltini, C.

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Free Content Diagnostic utility of cerebrospinal fluid studies in patients with clinically suspected tuberculous meningitis
pp. 787-796(10)
Authors: Hooker, J. A. G.; Muhindi, D. W.; Amayo, E. O.; McÕligeyo, S. O.; Bhatt, K. M.; Odhiambo, J. A.

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