Volume 16 (2021)
Volume 15 (2020)
Volume 14 (2019)
Volume 13 (2018)
Volume 12 (2017)
Volume 11 (2016)
Volume 10 (2015)
Volume 9 (2014)
Volume 8 (2013)
Volume 7 (2012)
Volume 6 (2011)
Volume 5 (2010)
Volume 4 (2009)
Volume 3 (2008)
Volume 2 (2007)
Volume 1 (2006)
1. Bilateral Cervical Lymphadenopathy- Need to Think Beyond Tuberculosis

Rupali Malik; Nisha Rana

Volume 11, Issue 3 , Summer 2016, , Pages 298-300

Abstract
  Any patient with bilateral lymphadenopathy especially in Indian subcontinent is regarded as suffering from tuberculosis unless proved otherwise. This sometimes leads to unwarranted delay in correct diagnosis and management if there is ignorance regarding other rarer etiologies. Rosai-Dorfman Disease ...  Read More

2. Unilateral Tuberculous Epididymo- Orchitis with Scrotal Fistula: a Case Report

Hadiseh Hosamirudsari; Farzaneh Mohammadizia

Volume 10, Issue 2 , Spring 2015, , Pages 165-168

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/ijp.2015.02.013

Abstract
  Tuberculosis (TB) global prevalence remains almost unchanged over the past few decades. Though genitourinary tract tuberculosis is common, it is rarely associated with scrotal fistula. We present  a rare case of advanced tuberculous epididymo-orchitis (TBEO) which culminated in removing the testis. ...  Read More

3. Primary Tuberculosis of Breast: Case Report

Ehsan Malekianzadeh; Sedigheh Khazaei; Babak Izadi; Mahtab Rahbar

Volume 9, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 268-272

Abstract
  Although breast tuberculosis still remains rare, but in endemic countries should be in differential diagnosis of breast cancer and abscess. Imaging modalities cannot distinguish between cancer and tuberculosis. Acid fast bacilli stain; culture and PCR are helpful diagnostic methods but unfortunately ...  Read More

4. Comparison of Polymerase Chain Reaction, Ziehl-Neelsen Staining and Histopathologic Findings in Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Tissue Specimens for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis

Sedigheh Khazaei; Babak Izadi; Zhaleh Zandieh; Azadeh Alvandimanesh; Siavash Vaziri

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer 2014, , Pages 206-212

Abstract
  Background and Objective: Tuberculosis is still a major health problem, involving about 1/3 of the world´s population. Diagnosis is difficult when we only use Ziehl-Neelson staining. Many cases may be missed. A more rapid and sensitive diagnostic method is necessary. PCR may be helpful. The aim ...  Read More