Tuberculosis. In Completion of Cleveland High School’s Senior Project. Presented By: Tanisha. What is Tuberculosis?. “Tuberculosis is defined as an infectious disease caused by a bacterium; that most commonly affects the lungs.”
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In Completion of Cleveland High School’s Senior Project
Presented By: Tanisha
Avian which is carried by birds
Bovine tuberculosis is carried by cattle.
This is an example of tuberculosis of the skin it is normally referred to as Warty T.B. and someone will only contract this type of tuberculosis if they have had prior exposure to tuberculosis.
Susan Pathe, a nurse practitioner at Sandpoint’s Pediatrics Clinic gave a few pointers on prevention of tuberculosis
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