Tuberculosis is an infectious disease; it has a variable degree of presentation, most often pulmonary while the extrapulmonary
location is dominated by lymph node involvement, especially cervical. On the other hand, herpes zoster results from the reactivation
of the virus that causes varicella. Here, we report the case of cervicofacial herpes zoster complicating ganglion-pulmonary
tuberculosis in a 19-year-old female patient with a history of varicella during childhood, who presents bilateral lymphadenopathy,
the diagnosis of pulmonary and lymph node tuberculosis is confirmed by histology, she has treated with anti-tuberculosis drugs and
the evolution was marked by the presence of lymphadenopathy and the appearance of cervicofacial herpes zoster.