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Posted by: Bekommerd | 2004/10/18

TB

One of my co-workers was diagnosed with TB of the breast, lymp nodes and oxils. What exactly does this means?

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Bekommerd, it is TB of the breast or chest? I suppose the nodes were in the axilla (armpit or oksel in Afrikaans). Let me know as a new question and we’ll take it from there. Good luck.

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Posted by: Bekommerd | 2004/10/19

Hallo Dok, die TB was gediagnoseer in haar borste. Hulle het knop in haar bors verwyder asook die limfkliere in haar armpit en dit weggestuur vir ontleding. Die toetse het teruggekom en bevestig dat sy TB in haar borste het. Ek het oral probeer om meer inligting hieroor te kry, maar op die net kry ek net van gewone TB. Wat behels die soort TB en moet ons ander bekommerd wees? Dankie

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