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>Revistas >Revista Latinoamericana de Infectología Pediátrica >Año 2019, No. 1


González-Saldaña N, Castillo-Bejarano JI, Copado-Gutiérrez JL, Carmona-Vargas AJ
Infección por micobacterias no tuberculosas en niños
Rev Latin Infect Pediatr 2019; 32 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 71
Paginas: 19-26
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RESUMEN

Las micobacterias se pueden clasificar en tres grupos de relevancia clínica; de ellos, las micobacterias no tuberculosas comprenden un grupo heterogéneo que puede ocasionar enfermedad en el humano. Los carga real de enfermedad por este grupo de micobacterias se desconoce, aunque de acuerdo con algunas series parece haber aumentado en los últimos 20 años. Diferenciar entre un proceso relacionado con M. tuberculosis y uno con micobacterias no tuberculosas es imperativo, ya que los esquemas de tratamiento son diferentes. En niños, la información es escasa, por lo que la presente revisión tiene como objetivo orientar al clínico en el abordaje diagnóstico-terapéutico de estos casos.


Palabras clave: Micobacterias no tuberculosas, tratamiento, micobacteriosis pulmonar.


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