There’s such a thing as abdominal tuberculosis:
Abdominal tuberculosis (TB) is a type of TB that affects the gut, the peritoneum (the lining of the abdominal cavity), abdominal lymph nodes, and, more rarely, the solid organs in the abdomen (liver, pancreas, and spleen). Abdominal TB leads to severe illness in adults and children, and can cause complications, such as bowel rupture, which can lead to death.
It can be caused by the TB bacillus spreading from the lungs to the intestines via the blood or by drinking the unpasteurized milk of a TB-infected cow. It’s cured with the same treatment used for pulmonary TB.