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author = {Wilkinson, RJ and Esmail, H and Lesosky, M and Lai, RP and Wilkinson, KA and Graham, CM and Coussens, AK and Oni, T and Warwick, J and Said-Hartley, Q and Koegenelburg, CF and Walzl, G and Flynn, JL and young, DB and Barry, CE and O'Garra, A},
journal = {Nature Medicine},
title = {[18F]-FDG PET/CT characterisation of progressive HIV-associated tuberculosis},
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AB - Tuberculosis is classically divided into states of latent infection and active disease. Usingcombined positron emission and computed tomography in 35 asymptomatic, antiretroviraltherapy naïve, HIV-1 infected adults with latent tuberculosis, we identified ten individualswith pulmonary abnormalities suggestive of subclinical, active disease who weresignificantly more likely to progress to clinical disease. Our findings challenge theconventional two-state paradigm and may aid future identification of biomarkers predictiveof progression.
AU - Wilkinson,RJ
AU - Esmail,H
AU - Lesosky,M
AU - Lai,RP
AU - Wilkinson,KA
AU - Graham,CM
AU - Coussens,AK
AU - Oni,T
AU - Warwick,J
AU - Said-Hartley,Q
AU - Koegenelburg,CF
AU - Walzl,G
AU - Flynn,JL
AU - young,DB
AU - Barry,CE
AU - O'Garra,A
SN - 1546-170X
TI - [18F]-FDG PET/CT characterisation of progressive HIV-associated tuberculosis
T2 - Nature Medicine
UR -
ER -