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Duodenal aspirate fluid smear

Duodenal aspirate fluid smear

Duodenal aspirate fluid smear: A duodenal aspirate fluid smear is a microscopic examination of fluid from the duodenum, just below the stomach. Usually the fluid is cultured in special media to look for growth of infectious bacteria or parasites.

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