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Diagnosis of Respiratory syncytial virus

Tests and diagnosis discussion for Respiratory syncytial virus:

Diagnosis of RSV infection can be made by virus isolation, detection of viral antigens, detection of viral RNA, demonstration of a rise in serum antibodies, or a combination of these approaches. Most clinical laboratories use antigen detection assays to diagnose infection. (Source: excerpt from Respiratory Syncytial Virus: DVRD)

 

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