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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 lung health world-wide.

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Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 6, Number 6, 1 June 2002

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Regular Papers

Free Content Epidemiology of tuberculosis in Kuwait from 1965 to 1999
pp. 465-469(5)
Authors: Behbehani, N.; Abal, A.; Al-Shami, A.; Enarson D., A.

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Free Content Patients hospitalised in Bolivia with pulmonary tuberculosis: risk factors for dying
pp. 470-474(5)
Authors: Abós-Hernández, R.; Ollé-Goig J., E.

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Free Content A flare-up of tuberculosis due to war in Congo Brazzaville
pp. 475-478(4)
Authors: M'Boussa, J.; Yokolo, D.; Pereira, B.; Ebata-Mongo, S.

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Free Content Surveillance of drug resistance in tuberculosis in two districts of South India
pp. 479-484(6)
Authors: Paramasivan C., N.; Venkataraman, P.; Chandrasekaran, V.; Bhat Shripad; Narayanan P., R.

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Free Content Tuberculosis transmission and the impact of intervention on the incidence of infection
pp. 485-491(7)
Authors: Pitman, R.; Jarman, B.; Coker, R.

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Free Content Predominant VNTR family of strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from South Asian patients
pp. 492-496(5)
Authors: Gascoyne-Binzi D., M.; Barlow R. E., L.; Essex, A.; Gelletlie, R.; Khan M., A.; Hafiz, S.; Collyns T., A.; Frizzell, R.; Hawkey P., M.

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Free Content Low plasma concentrations of rifampicin in tuberculosis patients in Indonesia
pp. 497-502(6)
Authors: van Crevel, R.; Alisjahbana, B.; de Lange W. C., M.; Borst, F.; Danusantoso, H.; van der Meer J. W., M.; Burger, D.; Nelwan R. H., H.

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Free Content Ofloxacin population pharmacokinetics in patients with tuberculosis
pp. 503-509(7)
Authors: Zhu, M.; Stambaugh J., J.; Berning S., E.; Bulpitt A., E.; Hollender E., S.; Narita, M.; Ashkin, D.; Peloquin C., A.

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Free Content Transforming growth factor-beta gene polymorphism in sarcoidosis and tuberculosis patients
pp. 510-515(6)
Authors: Niimi, T.; Sato, S.; Sugiura, Y.; Yoshinouchi, T.; Akita, K.; Maeda, H.; Achiwa, H.; Ninomiya, S.; Akita, Y.; Suzuki, M.; Nishio, M.; Yoshikawa, K.; Morishita, M.; Shimizu, S.; Ueda, R.

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Free Content The effect of pleural fluid content on the development of pleural thickness
pp. 516-522(7)
Authors: Kunter, E.; Ilvan, A.; Kilic, E.; Cerrahoglu, K.; Isitmangil, T.; Capraz, F.; Avsar, K.

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Free Content Rapid indication of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis from liquid cultures using FASTPlaqueTB-RIF ™, a manual phage-based test
pp. 523-528(6)
Authors: Albert, H.; Trollip A., P.; Mole R., J.; Hatch S. J., B.; Blumberg, L.

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Free Content Performance of a rapid phage-based test, FASTPlaqueTB™, to diagnose pulmonary tuberculosis from sputum specimens in South Africa
pp. 529-537(9)
Authors: Albert, H.; Heydenrych, A.; Brookes, R.; Mole R., J.; Harley, B.; Subotsky, E.; Henry, R.; Azevedo, V.

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Free Content Evaluation of an Amplified Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Direct Test in clinical specimens
pp. 538-541(4)
Authors: Gurkan, O.; Acican, T.; Gulbay, B.

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Short Communications

Free Content An investigation of suspected exogenous reinfection in tuberculosis patients in Kampala, Uganda
pp. 550-552(3)
Authors: Fitzpatrick L., K.; Okwera, A.; Mugerwa, R.; Ridzon, R.; Ellner, J.; Onorato, I.

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Errata

Free Content Erratum
pp. 556-556(1)

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