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|Title:||[Performance of LED fluorescence microscopy for the detection of acid-fast bacilli from respiratory samples in peripheral laboratories in Argentina]||Authors:||Imaz, María Susana
Togneri, Ana M
Of Fluorescence, Group Of Implementation
|Keywords:||Fluorescencia;Tuberculosis;bacilos acidorresistentes;Diagnóstico;Microscopía;Esputo||Issue Date:||2017||Journal:||Biomedica : revista del Instituto Nacional de Salud||Abstract:||
Light-emitting diode fluorescence microscopy (LED-FM) has been endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO) for tuberculosis diagnosis, but its accuracy in HIV-infected patients remains controversial, and only some few studies have explored procedural factors that may affect its performance.
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