Original Article

One Year's Experience in the Isolation of Atypical Mycobacteria at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Houston: Epidemiological and Clinical Inferences

Authors: AGNES SOMLO, M.D., HELEN B. McGEE, B.S.

Abstract

The atypical acid-fast organisms identified in recent years are of interest from several viewpoints. Of especial interest and for study has been the relationship of these organisms to pathologic entities and disease. The authors relate these acid-fast organisms to chronic pulmonary disease and compare the epidemiologic peculiarities with those reported elsewhere.

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