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Nontuberculous mycobacterial disease

Non tuberculous mycobacteria refer to mycobacteria in the genus mycobacteria, except Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (human, bovine, African and vole Mycobacterium tuberculosis) and Mycobacterium leprae. The disease caused by NTM is called non tuberculous mycobacterial disease. In recent years, due to the increasing detection rate, the corresponding understanding of various diseases caused by it is also gradually improving. Most of non tuberculous mycobacteria are rot parasitic bacteria with low virulence and belong to conditional pathogens. The symptoms of non tuberculous mycobacterial disease can be divided into intrapulmonary and extrapulmonary. Extrapulmonary infection can involve skin, bone and lymph nodes.

Symptoms

Nonspecific interstitial pneumonia

Nonspecific systemic necrotizing small vasculitis

Pulmonary and pleural amebiasis

Pneumosporotrichosis

Radiation pneumonia

Lung closed asthma cough

Atelectasis

Sinoatrial reentrant tachycardia

Paragonimiasis of pulmonary Miyazaki

Paragonimiasis of lung

Pulmonary fecal angiostrongyliasis

Pulmonary hemorrhage nephritis syndrome

Pulmonary pseudolymphoma

Pulmonary bullae

Atrioventricular canal malformation

Pulmonary malaria disease

Atrioventricular junction area escape and escape rhythm

Pulmonary cystic fibrosis

Pulmonary cough

Non bacterial thrombotic endocarditis

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