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Table 5 Characteristics of patients with tuberculosis

From: Detection of IS6110 and HupB gene sequences of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and bovisin the aortic tissue of patients with Takayasu’s arteritis

Number of patient Age at diagnosis Time of evolution in months Site of tuberculosis Cause of death
1 41 144 miliary Ventricular fibrillation (+)
2 32 60 Lung kidney TCRF (+)
3 58 120 lung Cardiogenic shock
4 50 36 pericardium Broncho-pneumonía
5 21 36 lung CCF, PTE pericarditis
6 59 60 miliary Thyroid storm
7 70 96 ganglion PTE, massive
8 51 3 Tuberculous meningitis Septicemia, VF
9 18 1 lung Cardiogenic shock, AMI
10 28 336 lung TCRF
11 23 288 lung PAH
12 42 12 lung Endocarditis
13 40 144 lung, kidney AoR, severe; AMI
14 58 24 lung Acute pulmonary edema
15 49 2 lung VF, AMI
16 11 156 lung Meningitis brain edema
17 10 60 lung, ganglion Brain infarct, malignant SAH
18 26 36 lung PTE
19 40 192 lung, suprarenal glands AMI
20 20 300 lung, ruptured aneurysm Hypovolemic shock
21 8 120 lung TCRF, malignant; SAH
22 33 288 miliary, tamponade Tamponade
23 53 252 lung Cardio-respiratory failure
24 48 24 miliary Multiple organ failure
25 59 96 lung AMI anterolateral
26 30 12 lung Ventricular fibrillation
27 69 3 lung, abdominal aorta TCRF, brocho-pneumonia
28 22 132 lung Acute pulmonary edema
29 26 144 lung, meningitis Enclaving of the amygdala
30 52 12 lung Tamponade
31 55 144 lung ASCRV, re-infarctation
32 79 4 lung Ruptured abdominal aneurysm
33 62 3 lung, kidney TCRF, brain hemorrhage
  1. TCRF (Terminal chronic renal failure), PAH (Pulmonary arterial hypertension) AoR (Aortic regurgitation) CCF (Congestive cardiac failure), PTE (Pulmonary thromboembolism), VF (Ventricular failure), AMI (Acute myocardial infarction), SAH (Systemic arterial hypertension), ASCRV (After surgery of cardiac revascularization).