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Background: Primary pulmonary tuberculosis in children and infants can be suggested by the presence of a wheezing, often interpreted as acute bronchiolitis or asthma. The objective of this study is to assess the frequency and mechanism of wheezing in infants and toddlers with tuberculosis and to assess its value as an alarm symptom in children from areas where tuberculosis incidence is high. Material and method: We carried out a retrospective study in the Pediatric Clinic of the "Filantropia"doi:10.2478/amma-2013-0035 fatcat:ahuhw7heqjhldijgxni6ukpxie