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Rapid cholera dipstick test: The rapid cholera dipstick test is a laboratory test used to identify Vibrio cholerae bacterial antigens in a rectal swab (or stool sample) or in a cultured isolate derived from a rectal swab. V. cholerae is spread by eating contaminated food and water.
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