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A 30-year-old man who was taking steroids presented with a joint effusion and knee pain. Anteroposterior view of the knee demonstrates patchy demineralization of the tibia and femur and joint-space narrowing. This was caused by tuberculoid infection of the joint.
Bactericid: izoniazida, rifampicina, streptomicina, pirazinamida
Bacteriostatic: etambutol si thiacetazona
Bactericid: capreomicina, kanamicina
Bacteriostatic: etionamida, cicloserina, PAS
Tuberculous “cold” abscess. Anteroposterior radiograph of the pelvis in a 35-year-old woman with spinal tuberculosis shows an oval radiodense mass with spotted calcifications overlapping the medial part of the ilium and right sacroiliac joint (right psoas muscle). This is the typical appearance of a “cold” abscess.