Volume 26, Number 5—May 2020
Possible Transmission Mechanisms of Mixed Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection in High HIV Prevalence Country, Botswana
|Primary residential site|
|Ghanzi District||7 (21)|
|Other Botswana||2 (6)|
|Missing residential address
|HIV infection status|
|Recently acquired + recently acquired||4 (12)|
|Recently acquired + remotely acquired||23 (68)|
|Remotely acquired + remotely acquired
|HIV infection & transmission mechanism|
|Recently acquired + recently acquired||Positive: 1 (6); negative: 2 (14)|
|Recently acquired + remotely acquired||Positive: 12 (66); negative: 10 (72)|
|Remotely acquired + remotely acquired||Positive: 5 (28); negative: 2 (14)|
1Current affiliation: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
2These senior authors contributed equally to this article.
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