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Define primary complex in tuberculosis? What are the TWO characteristic microscopic
findings in tuberculosis?

Ans:- Primary complex/ Ghon’s Complex:- Initial infection that occurs on first exposure to the
organism in an unsensitized (previously unexposed) individual is known as primary tuberculosis /Primary
complex/ Ghon’s Complex

microscopic findings in tuberculosis:-

1. Epithelioid cell

2. Langhan’s giant cell,

3. Caseation necrosis.

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