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Table 2 Past reports of thymoma (with or without Good’s syndrome) with Mycobacterium infection

From: Disseminated Mycobacterium abscessus subsp. massiliense infection in a Good’s syndrome patient negative for human immunodeficiency virus and anti-interferon-γ autoantibody: a case report

 This caseMurakami O, et al. [4]Satoh H, et al. [5]
GS or thymomaGSthymomathymoma (GS suspected, not detected)
age57 y33 y69 y
sexMaleMaleMale
Infectious microorganismMycobacterium abscessus subsp. massilienseMycobacterium tuberculosis suspectedMycobacterium intracellulare
treatment for infectionIPM, AZM, MINO, LZD, STFXINH, RFP, SMobservation
complicationsDM, anti-rhabdomyolysis, antibody-positive myasthenia gravisnot particularnot particular
immunosuppressantsPSL, TACnonenone
year201919982012
  1. AZM azithromycin, DM diabetes mellitus, GS Good’s syndrome, INH Isoniazid, IPM imipenem, LZD linezolid, MINO minocycline, PSL prednisolone, RFP Rifampicin, SM Streptomycin
  2. TAC: tacrolimus