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This article is from BMC Infectious Diseases, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) is difficult in infants and young children. For microbiological confirmation of PTB children, sequential gastric lavage (GL) is recommended. Induced sputum (IS) may be an alternative or complementary tool, but the information is lim

Author: Ruiz Jimenez, Marta; Guillen Martin, Sara; Prieto Tato, Luis M; Cacho Calvo, Juana B; Alvarez Garcia, Ana; Soto Sanchez, Beatriz; Ramos Amador, Jose T

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