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 8, Number 8, August 2004

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Free Content HIV infection in TB patients: money in the bank [Editorial]
pp. 923-923(1)
Author: Ridzon, Renée

Review article

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Free Content Bovine tuberculosis: an old disease but a new threat to Africa
pp. 924-937(14)
Authors: Ayele, W. Y.; Neill, S. D.; Zinsstag, J.; Weiss, M. G.; Pavlik, I.

Regular Papers

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Free Content Counselling, HIV testing and adjunctive cotrimoxazole for TB patients in Malawi: from research to routine implementation
pp. 938-944(7)
Authors: Chimzizi, R. B.; Harries, A. D.; Manda, E.; Khonyongwa, A.; Salaniponi, F. M.

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Free Content Accuracy of routine diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in an area of high HIV prevalence
pp. 945-951(7)
Authors: Apers, L.; Wijarajah, C.; Mutsvangwa, J.; Chigara, N.; Mason, P.; van der Stuyft, P.

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Free Content Gender differences in tuberculosis: a prevalence survey done in Bangladesh
pp. 952-957(6)
Authors: Hamid Salim, M. A.; Declercq, E.; Van Deun, A.; Saki, K. A. R.

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Free Content Socio-economic factors and tuberculosis: a district-based ecological analysis in Hong Kong
pp. 958-964(7)
Authors: Leung, C. C.; Yew, W. W.; Tam, C. M.; Chan, C. K.; Chang, K. C.; Law, W. S.; Wong, M. Y.; Au, K. F.

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Free Content The incidence of tuberculosis in the armed forces: a good reflection of the whole population
pp. 965-968(4)
Authors: Ciftci, F.; Tozkoparan, E.; Deniz, O.; Bozkanat, E.; Kibaroglu, E.; Demirci, N.

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Free Content The changing face of tuberculosis control in a rural district of New Zealand
pp. 969-975(7)
Authors: van der Oest, A. C.; Kelly, P.; Hood, D.

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Free Content Childhood tuberculosis in a low-income Paris suburb: lessons from a resurgence brought under control
pp. 976-981(6)
Authors: de Pontual, L.; Hollebecque, V.; Bessa, Z.; Camard, O.; Lachassine, E.; Muller, M-H.; Gaudelus, J.

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Free Content Diagnostic and clinical implications of response to tuberculin in two ethnically distinct populations from Peru and Cambodia
pp. 982-987(6)
Authors: Delgado, J. C.; Quiñones-Berrocal, J.; Thim, S.; Miranda, L. F.; Goldfeld, A. E.

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Free Content Yield of tuberculin screening among injection drug users
pp. 988-993(6)
Authors: Brassard, P.; Bruneau, J.; Schwartzman, K.; Sénécal, M.; Menzies, D.

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Free Content Persistence of a strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a prison system
pp. 994-1000(7)
Authors: Ijaz, K.; Yang, Z.; Templeton, G.; Stead, W. W.; Bates, J. H.; Cave, M. D.

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Free Content A dominant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strain emerging in Denmark
pp. 1001-1006(6)
Authors: Lillebaek, T.; Dirksen, A.; Kok-Jensen, A.; Andersen, Å. B.

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Free Content Drug resistance patterns of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
pp. 1007-1011(5)
Authors: Kordy, F. N. S.; Al-Thawadi, S.; Alrajhi, A. A.

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Free Content Costs of patients hospitalized for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
pp. 1012-1016(5)
Authors: Rajbhandary, S. S.; Marks, S. M.; Bock, N. N.

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Free Content The association of HLA-DRB, DQA1, DQB1 alleles and haplotype frequency in Iranian patients with pulmonary tuberculosis
pp. 1017-1021(5)
Authors: Amirzargar, A. A.; Yalda, A.; Hajabolbaghi, M.; Khosravi, F.; Jabbari, H.; Rezaei, N.; Niknam, M. H.; Ansari, B.; Moradi, B.; Nikbin, B.

Short communication

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Free Content Screening programmes for tuberculosis in new entrants across Europe
pp. 1022-1026(5)
Authors: Coker, R. J.; Bell, A.; Pitman, R.; Hayward, A.; Watson, J.

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Free Content Molecular characterisation of streptomycin-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains isolated in Poland
pp. 1032-1035(4)
Authors: Brzostek, A.; Sajduda, A.; Śliwiński, T.; Augustynowicz-Kopeć, E.; Jaworski, A.; Zwolska, Z.; Dziadek, J.

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Free Content Getting started in research: the research protocol [Research Methods]
pp. 1036-1040(5)
Authors: Enarson, D. A.; Kennedy, S. M.; Miller, D. L.

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