tuberculization

tuberculization

(tjʊˌbɜːkjʊlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

tuberculisation

n
the process of becoming, or of causing people or animals to become, infected with tuberculosis
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First, evaluations of postmortem and pathology specimens characterized TB among the dead, finding a "large measure of tuberculization of the people" (11,12).
Achard, "Tuberculization of the Negro: A Letter," Journal of the National Medical Association 4, No.
(3) Godias Drolet, purported that the decreased incidence of tuberculosis in whites was the result of increased immunity due to prolonged exposure to "tuberculization" and urbanization.