Generalised non-reactive tuberculosis: a clinicopathological study of four patients.
Non-reactive tuberculosis is a histopathological entity characterised by foci of necrosis surrounded by normal parenchyma and absence of epithelioid cell granulomas. The clinical presentation and necropsy findings in four patients are described and the pathogenesis of the disease discussed.
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