Computed tomography findings in tuberculous mediastinitis

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      Tuberculous mediastinitis can be an elusive diagnosis. Computed tomography may be performed in patients before establishing this diagnosis, and one should consider this disease when mediastinal mass with infiltration of adjacent fat planes is noted. Five such cases are described.


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