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Coccidioidin skin test

Coccidioidin skin test

Coccidioidin skin test: The coccidioidin skin test involves a brief needle stick and application of a small amount of coccidioidin or spherulin in the skin; these substances are antigens from the fungus Coccidioides imitis. A positive result is indicated by redness and swelling at the application site. This test is no longer used for diagnosing disease (coccidioidomycosis).

Coccidioidin skin test: Other Names

Other names for Coccidioidin skin test include:

  • Spherulin skin test

Diseases Associated with Coccidioidin skin test

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Coccidioidin skin test:

Basic Information: Coccidioidin skin test

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