Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis masquerading as chest wall malignancy: It
just never ceases to surprise us!
With the emergence of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, we
witnessed a higher incidence of disseminated and extrapulmonary
tuberculosis. It poses a significant diagnostic challenge for the
physicians; therefore, a high index of suspicion should be maintained.
Here we present a case of isolated chest wall tuberculosis in an