In the diagnostic laboratory virus infections can be confirmed by a multitude of methods diagnostic virology has changed rapidly due to the advent of molecular techniques and increased clinical sensitivity of serological assays. The role of cell culture both conventional and rapid techniques in the diagnosis of viral infections is being increasingly challenged by rapid diagnostic methods ie antigen detection and molecular methods therefore the role of cell culture is expected to decline in future and is likely to be restricted to large central laboratories. Maintaining the features that made the previous editions so successful the third edition of laboratory diagnosis of viral infections summarizes the clinical epidemiological pathogenetic and immunological features of a certain disease or infection providing laboratorians with a practical tool for the principles and techniques used in . Clinical manifestations of disease generally guide the selection of appropriate clinical specimens such as nasal and ocular swabs from upper respiratory tract infections feces from enteric infections blood from systemic infections etc. Abstract infection with any of the 4 dengue virus serotypes results in a diverse range of symptoms from mild undifferentiated fever to life threatening hemor
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