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LABORATORY DAIGNOSIS OF SYPHILIS

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LABORATORY DAIGNOSIS OF SYPHILIS

Post  sakia_fazal on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:27 pm

LABORATORY DAIGNOSIS OF SYPHLIS:

They are non culturable like M.leprae
Specimen used is serum exudate from primary and secondary lesion.

1)Dark field microscopy: they are identified by spiral structure and slow movement and flourescent antibody staining.
2)Serological daignosis: Antibodies to trepanomal antigens.
Flourescent trepanomal antibody absorption test
trepanoma pallidum hematagglutination test
3) Antigens: Non specific-cardiolipin antigen
Group specific-Rieter strain
Type specific-Nicolls strain.

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