Active tuberculosis, sequelae and COVID-19 co-infection: First cohort of 49 cases

M. Tadolini, L.R. Codecasa, J.-M. García-García, F.-X. Blanc, S. Borisov, J.-W. Alffenaar, C. Andréjak, P. Bachez, P.-A. Bart, E. Belilovski, J. Cardoso-Landivar, R. Centis, L. D’Ambrosio, M.-L. De Souza-Galvão, A. Dominguez-Castellano, S. Dourmane, M.F. Jachym, A. Froissart, V. Giacomet, D. GolettiS. Grard, G. Gualano, A. Izadifar, D. Le Du, M.M. Royo, J. Mazza-Stalder, I. Motta, C.W. Min Ong, F. Palmieri, F. Rivière, T. Rodrigo, D.R. Silva, A. Sánchez-Montalvá, M. Saporiti, P. Scarpellini, F. Schlemmer, A. Spanevello, E. Sumarokova, E. Tabernero, P.A. Tambyah, S. Tiberi, A. Torre, D. Visca, M.Z. Murguiondo, G. Sotgiu, G.B. Migliori

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Abstract

Diagnostic, treatment and outcome details of 49 COVID-19 patients with concurrent or previous tuberculosis from 8 countries show varied clinical profiles
Original languageEnglish
Article number2001398
JournalEuropean Respiratory Journal
Volume56
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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