Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks Open case of pulmonary tuberculosis
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks Open case of pulmonary tuberculosis Breathing difficulty Chest pain Cough (usually with mucus) Coughing up blood Excessive sweating, especially at night Fatigue Fever Weight loss Wheezing
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks Open case of pulmonary tuberculosis Clubbing of the fingers or toes (in people with advanced disease) Swollen or tender lymph nodes in the neck or other areas Fluid around a lung (pleural effusion) Unusual breath sounds (crackles) Breathing difficulty Chest pain Cough (usually with mucus) Coughing up blood Excessive sweating, especially at night Fatigue Fever Weight loss Wheezing
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks Open case of pulmonary tuberculosis Clubbing of the fingers or toes (in people with advanced disease) Swollen or tender lymph nodes in the neck or other areas Fluid around a lung (pleural effusion) Unusual breath sounds (crackles) Breathing difficulty Chest pain Cough (usually with mucus) Coughing up blood Excessive sweating, especially at night Fatigue Fever Weight loss Wheezing Hemoptysis, Pleurisy, Pleural effusion, Empyema, Pneumothorax, Aspergilloma, Endobronchitis, Brochiectasis, Laryngitis, Cor pulmonale, Ca bronchus, Enteritus, Miliary Tuberculosis . HIV related opportunistic infections
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Direct inhalation of aerosolized bacilli contained in the droplet nuclei of expectorated sputum 2-12 weeks Open case of pulmonary tuberculosis Clubbing of the fingers or toes (in people with advanced disease) Swollen or tender lymph nodes in the neck or other areas Fluid around a lung (pleural effusion) Unusual breath sounds (crackles) Breathing difficulty Chest pain Cough (usually with mucus) Coughing up blood Excessive sweating, especially at night Fatigue Fever Weight loss Wheezing Hemoptysis, Pleurisy, Pleural effusion, Empyema, Pneumothorax, Aspergilloma, Endobronchitis, Brochiectasis, Laryngitis, Cor pulmonale, Ca bronchus, Enteritus, Miliary Tuberculosis . HIV related opportunistic infections Mycolyltransferase Blastomycosis Tularemia Actinomycosis Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection M chelonae infection M fortuitum infection M gordonae infection M kansasii infection M marinum infection M xenopi infection Squamous cell carcinoma In developing countries like India, Bangladesh BCG Vaccination
Bacterial infections Mycobacterium tuberculosis Inhalation of infected duoplets sneezed or conghed Na Eveningr rise of fever, Anorexia,