in disseminated disease, organs and tissues that can be affected include pericardium, peritoneum, larynx, bronchus, bone, joints, lymph nodes, stomach, meninges, eyes, kidneys and skin. Treatment is with inh, rifampin, ethambutol and other antibiotics.
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... occurs from direct inoculation or hematogenous seeding. Rarely, a disseminated infection occurs with disseminated cutaneous lesions and involvement ... which is clinically and radiographically indistinguishable from tuberculosis and histoplasmosis, occurs in patients who usually have severe ...
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