Tuberc Respir Dis > Issue 8; 1960 > Article
Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 1960;8:115-120.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4046/trd.1960.8.1.115    Published online December 1, 1960.
Mass Survey of the ‘GyoTong-Bu’ sanatorium (3rd Report)
Kwang Hyun Yoo, Byung Ha Jang, Pil Mo Oh, Gun MoK Bae, Young Ja Kim
Masan National TB Sanatorium
교통부집단핵진(제3보)
유광현, 장병하, 오필모, 배군목, 김영자
Abstract
Evaluating and analyzing 423 cases found by mass survey who have been admitted to this sanatorium since July 1957, the following are presented: 1. 92% diagnosed as having pulmonary tuberculosis were admitted to sanatorium. 2. The highest incidence, 59 %, was found in the 30 to 40 year age group. 3. 15 % of minimal , 44% of moderately advanced, 40 % of far advanced and 1 % of non-TB were classified by the extent and character of the disease. 4. Of 423 cases, 161(39%) had cavitating disease. 5. 182 cases (41 %) had chemotheraþy for over. 2 months prior to admission, 113(62 %) had INH-containing regimen. 6. Among 246 cases of those discharged, 177 (73 %) showed maximal benefits of hospitalization, and 6(4.4 %) showed radiological reactivation during 2 years of follow-up study. 7. 25 cases(6.9 %) had surgical treatment.
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