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tu·ber·cu·lous

 (to͝o-bûr′kyə-ləs, tyo͝o-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or having tuberculosis.
2. Of, affected with, or caused by tubercles.

tu·ber′cu·lous·ly adv.
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tuberculous

(tjʊˈbɜːkjʊləs)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to tuberculosis or tubercles; tubercular
tuˈberculously adv
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tu•ber•cu•lar

(tʊˈbɜr kyə lər, tyʊ-)

adj. Also, tuberculous.
1. pertaining to or infected with tuberculosis.
2. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a tubercle or tubercles.
n.
3. a person affected with tuberculosis.
[1790–1800]
tu•ber′cu•lar•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tuberculous - constituting or afflicted with or caused by tuberculosis or the tubercle bacillustuberculous - constituting or afflicted with or caused by tuberculosis or the tubercle bacillus; "a tubercular child"; "tuberculous patients"; "tubercular meningitis"
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
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tuberculous

adjective
Relating to or afflicted with tuberculosis:
consumptive (no longer in scientific use), phthisic (no longer in scientific use), phthisical (no longer in scientific use), tubercular, tuberculate.
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Translations

tuberculous

[tjʊˈbɜːkjʊləs] ADJtuberculoso
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tuberculous

adjtuberkulös
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tu·ber·cu·lous

a. tuberculoso-a, rel. a o que padece de tuberculosis o que puede causarla.
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tuberculous

adj tuberculoso
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References in classic literature ?
When the doctors were left alone, the family doctor began timidly explaining his opinion, that there was a commencement of tuberculous trouble, but...and so on.
"The commencement of the tuberculous process we are not, as you are aware, able to define; till there are cavities, there is nothing definite.
And take note: if there is an early stage of tuberculous process, of which we cannot be certain, a foreign tour will be of no use.
Laughing, he went to the first of his cases, a boy with tuberculous ulcers, and removed his bandages.
KEYWORDS: Tuberculous pleuritis, Central venous catheter based closed thoracic drainage, Conventional thoracentesis and drainage.
While in the genitourinary system, which is frequently affected by extrapulmonary tuberculosis (TB), the most frequently affected organs are the kidneys followed by the prostate, isolated tuberculous epididymitis (ITE) presents as a rare condition with difficult diagnosis affecting only the epididymis without clinical or laboratory evidence of renal involvement (1).
The aim of the study is to explore using 68Ga-Tilmanocept as an aid in TB patient management, while contributing to the better understanding of the biology of TB granulomas, which play multiple roles in tuberculous infection, although much remains unknown about their biology.
Tuberculous lymphadenopathy is common in endemic area it accounts for 16 to 30% of all types of tuberculosis.
Based on CSF report, patients were classified as tuberculous meningitis (TBM) and Non-tuberculous meningitis and comparative analysis of ADA level were done in both groups.
Results: Tuberculous meningitis was the most common presentation as secondary CNS illness (49%), followed by cryptococcal meningitis (16%) and cerebrovascular accidents (7%).
Objective: To determine the effectiveness of moxifloxacin as fourth drug in the management of tuberculous meningitis (TBM).