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Table 1 Site of involvement in abdominal tuberculosis (n = 139)

From: Clinical features and outcomes of abdominal tuberculosis in southeastern Korea: 12 years of experience

Site N (%)
Luminal TB
 Esophageal 3 (3.9%)
 Stomach 0 (0%)
 Duodenal 3 (3.9%)
 Jejunal 7 (9.2%)
 Ileocecal 51 (67.1%)
 Colorectal 12 (15.8%)
Peritoneal TB
 Wet ascitic type 28 (75.7%)
 Dry ascitic type 9 (24.3%)
Nodal TB
 Mesenteric 2 (14.3%)
 Porta hepatis 5 (35.7%)
 Along the celiac axis 1 (7.1%)
 Peripancreatic 2 (14.3%)
 Retroperitoneal 1 (7.1%)
 Combined 3 (21.4%)
Visceral TB
 Hepatic 3 (10.3%)
 Splenic 4 (13.8%)
 Genitourinary 20 (69.0%)
 Adrenal 1 (3.4%)
 Combined 1 (3.4%)
Mixed TB
 Luminal and peritoneal 4 (33.3%)
 Luminal and nodal 1 (8.3%)
 Luminal and peritoneal, and nodal 2 (16.7%)
 Peritoneal and visceral 2 (16.7%)
 Nodal and visceral 2 (16.7%)
 Peritoneal and visceral, and nodal 1 (8.3%)
  1. TB: tuberculosis
  2. Data are presented as the median (interquartile range) for continuous data and percentages for categorical data