Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection of a native polycystic kidney following renal, transplantation
Acute Kidney Injury
Renal Replacement Therapy
Mycobacterial tuberculosis, though not common, must be recognized as a potential source of infection of native polycystic kidneys in immunocompromised transplant recipients. Similar to the pattern observed with more common pathogens, these infections may be difficult to eradicate with standard antimicrobial drug regimens.