Ankush Thakur*, Hemraj Vashist and R B Sharma


Tuberculosis is a fatal disease associated with granuloma in different major organs of our body so called as granulomatos disease. The causative agent for the disease is Mycobacteria tuberoculosis aerobic bacillus bacteria. The disease highly communicable by droplet infection, by using towel, bed seat and by seating near to a patient. The highly effective drugs are available in market but „DOT‟ the direct observation treatment is used to remove the infection from the body totally. for the patient and to the people around the patient should know about the disease and therapy so that they could follow the precautions to prevent the spreading of infection to nearer people. The present work is an attempt to in torch few aspects of this disease.

Keywords: Tuberoculosis, Granulomatos, Mycobacteria tuberoculosis, DOT, communicable.

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