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Infectious and parasitic diseases in children with active tuberculosis

[Infectious diseases]
Maria Romanova; Anna Mordyk;

A retrospective study was conducted to assess the effect of a class of infectious and parasitic diseases on the characteristics of tuberculosis development in children. Groups with the presence of infectious and parasitic diseases (n=343) and their absence (n=822) in patients with active tuberculosis of children have been formed. Relatively low risk of development of infectious and parasitic diseases in children with tuberculosis is typical for girls. At the same time, preschool children (4–6 years) suffered infectious and parasitic diseases more often, most rarely, children of 12–14 years old with active tuberculosis. Secondary forms of tuberculosis were more often detected in children who did not have infectious and /or parasitic diseases. Children with EBV infection had generalized forms of tuberculosis in 50 % of cases, which is explained by immunosuppressive action of herpes viruses.

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Keywords: tuberculosis, children, infectious diseases, concomitant pathology, parasitosis


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