The incidence of tuberculosis among Asian immigrants in the United Kingdom greatly exceeds that in the white population. There are differences in the age-and sex-distribution of cases and in the frequency of of the disease at various sites, non-respiratory disease being disproportionately common. These differences are described and the need for more vigorous application of case finding and preventive measures is discussed.
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