Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases

The diagnosing of a microbial infection begins with associate assessment of clinical and medical specialty options, resulting in the formulation of a diagnostic hypothesis. Anatomic localization of the infection with the help of physical and radiologic is typically enclosed. This clinical diagnosing suggests variety of doable etiologic agents supported data of infectious syndromes and their courses. A mixture of science and art on the part of each the practical and laboratory employee is required. The lab technician should choose the acceptable tests and specimens to be processed and, wherever acceptable, counsel the suspected etiologic agents to the laboratory. The laboratory employee should use the ways that may demonstrate the probable agents and be ready to explore alternative potentialities recommended by the clinical scenario or by the findings of the laboratory examinations. The simplest results square measure obtained once communication between the practical and laboratory is outside.


  • Symptomatic diagnostics
  • Microbiological culture
  • Microscopy
  • Biochemical tests
  • PCR-based diagnostics
  • Metagenomic sequencing
  • Indication of tests

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