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Tuberculosis, X-ray Wall Decal
Tuberculosis. Coloured X-ray of a patient's chest showing disseminated, or miliary, tuberculosis (TB) in the lungs. The lungs contain lesions (tubercles, pink) consisting of infected dead tissue. Diss

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Tuberculosis, X-ray Wall Decal

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X ray (front view) of the chest in a 50 year old male patient, showing fibrosis in the lungs from old tuberculosis (more fibrous scarring, at upper left) and an infection of new tuberculosis (at right
Tuberculosis. Coloured X ray of the chest of a patient with pulmonary tuberculosis (TB). The affected areas of the lungs are seen as dark grainy regions (upper right). Pulmonary tuberculosis is caused