Role of bronchial aspirate samples for the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in patients with negative smear and negative Xpert MTB/Rif in sputum

D. Chesov (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), J. Heyckendrof (Borstel, Germany), D. Rusu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), O. Munteanu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), E. Chesov (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), V. Cozlovschi (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), V. Crudu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), C. Lange (Borstel, Germany), V. Botnaru (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Diagnostic challenges in tuberculosis
Session: Diagnostic challenges in tuberculosis
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 530
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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D. Chesov (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), J. Heyckendrof (Borstel, Germany), D. Rusu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), O. Munteanu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), E. Chesov (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), V. Cozlovschi (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), V. Crudu (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova), C. Lange (Borstel, Germany), V. Botnaru (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova). Role of bronchial aspirate samples for the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in patients with negative smear and negative Xpert MTB/Rif in sputum. 530

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