Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) germs are often the source of the deadly disease known as tuberculosis (TB). Although it typically affects the lungs, tuberculosis can also have an impact on other bodily regions. Latent TB refers to the majority of illnesses that don't manifest any symptoms. Roughly 10% of latent diseases progress to active disease, which if left untreated kills about 50% of individuals who are affected. Chronic hacking with blood-containing mucus, fever, nocturnal sweats, and weight loss are typical signs of active TB. Due to the weight loss caused by the virus, it was previously referred to as consumption. A broad variety of symptoms can result from infection in other organs.

  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • Chronic hacking
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