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Tuberculosis: Clinical Diagnosis and Management

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Tuberculosis: Clinical Diagnosis and Management

Publisher: National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
ISBN-13: 9781849365376
Number of pages: 325

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This is the full version of NICE clinical guideline 117. It contains details of the methods and evidence used to develop the guideline. New recommendations on the use of interferon-gamma tests for the diagnosis of latent tuberculosis have been added.

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