Streptomycin

What is Streptomycin?

This is the aminoglycoside anti biotic mainly used against the mycobacterium.

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I am suffering from intestinal tuberculosis. My diagnosis was by barium xray and mantoux test. doctor's have kept me on r-cinex medication and...

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CECT Abdomen is usually diagnostic

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Welcome to XXXXXXX
I understand your concern.
See abdominal tuberculosis...

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Hello Doctor, I have a pus collection in my chest . My chest specialist suggested that it should be TB and I start taking the drugs Combutol...

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Yes,seems fine.please continue

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Thanks for posting your query.

As per the details that you have shared things...

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Can Xalatan and Dorzolamide drops be the cause of tinnitus?

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Xalatan and Dorzolamide are both preparations for local use in eyes

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Hi, welcome to HCM,
Xalatan and Dorzolamide are...

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