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The blood test report is as below: Salmonella Typhi O titre 1:80 dilution Salmonella Typhi H titre 1:80 dilution Salmonella Para Typhi AH titre 1:20 dilution Salmonella Para Typhi BH titre 1:20 dilution Titre 80 or more than 80 is positive. Method: Agglutination method Does the report indicate the test result as Negative (decease absent) or Positive (decease present)? Female, age 60 years
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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A single test cannot in itself give a diagnosis, except when done in an endemic area. In the early weeks,tests can be false negative. A rise in titre of four-fold in a repeat test after 7 days is conclusive evidence of the presence of the disease. In a single test, the result is considered to be positive if the titres are seen in 1:160 dilution. As such, your test report is inconclusive. You may repeat the test after consulting your physician. Wish you good health.
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