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Breast mycobacterial infection in a haemodialysis patient.
  1. D. Modai,
  2. J. Weissgarten,
  3. R. Reiff,
  4. B. Siegal,
  5. D. Gabizon

    Abstract

    Mycobacterial infection is relatively common among patients maintained on haemodialysis and may present in uncommon locations and acquire an unusual course. We present a patient in whom a breast mass was found to be caused by primary mycobacterial infection. This is to our knowledge the first report on breast mycobacterial infection in a haemodialysis patient.

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