Tuberculosis caused by Mycobacteria. Mycobacterium tuberculosis, also known as the Koch’s bacilli, which affects any organ or tissue in the body. This known to be a pulmonary disease, with their particular hallmarks such as occurrence of cough lasting more than 15 days, is the main corporal area affected. In such cases, individuals in such state are so-called respiratory symptomatic. Besides those signs, disease can be manifested with hemoptisis, fever, night sweating, general malaise, thoracic pain, anorexia and weight lost. This disease is still a significant public heal problem because of its high transmissibility and also it is highly potentially preventable and treatable condition.


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