IgM positive only acute typhoid fever
IgM & IgG positive acute typhoid fever (in the middle stage of infection)
IgG positive for secondary infection or conferred lasting immunity
IgM & IgG negative No typhoid
Diagnostic Dilemmas for Typhoid Fever

Typhoid fever may be difficult to distinguish clinically from Test Interpretation other causes of febrile illness like malaria as the signs and symptoms overlap. Hence, febrile patients tend to be treated for both malaria and typhoid.
The chronic carrier state of the infected person need to be diagnosed early so that the infection can be contained from further transmission.
Current methods for diagnosing salmonella fever are predominantly blood culture or the Widal test. The Widal test is time consuming, requires multiple steps often resulting in delayed or misdiagnosis and misuse of antibiotics

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