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The Clinical Analysis of Tuberculosis DNA in Cerebrospinal Fluid with PCR Methods in 95 Cases in Tuberculous Cerebrospinal Meningitis (TCSM)

Su Liang et al(The Loan Office of Heilongjiang Provincial Public Bureau)  
To study varied clinical factors which are affected by tuberculous DNA in cerebrospinal fluid that can be detected with PCR on TCSM. Methods: The relations between the positive rate that were detected with PCR and some factors including the thpe,stage and time of therapy when detected were analysed. Results: That time of treatment was short or not was main factor to affect the positive rate. The untreated positive ratewas 88. 9 %,that treated within 1 month, more than 1 month,more than 2 months and more than 3months were 79. 3 %, 66. 7 %, 44. 4 % and 27. 8%. The type and stage of TCSM had no obviously affected.Conclusion: The main factor inclinic to affected the positive rate was the time of treatment that lasted. the rate could be decreased with treatment time prolonged.
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