Tuberculosis (TB) is a relevant clinical and public health infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains. TB/HIV coinfection and the development of drug-resistant forms of TB have represented a global concern. Several risk factors, including noncommunicable disease, can favor the emergence of the disease.
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