A Study on Clinical Value of the Widal Reaction and Its Variations in Typhoid Fever

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or 1Hand what are their individual significance and value ? 4. Do the titres of ' 0 ' and ' H ' agglutinins vary or fluctuate in subsequent weeks ? If so, do they undergo similar fluctuation or independent of one another ? If such variations occur, what is their clinical significance ? 5. Are these variations, fluctuations, etc., of any value in forecasting the course of the disease, and prognosis in a patient ? 6. Is it possible for the agglutinins not to appear at all in blood, in spite of patient being

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@inproceedings{Jhatakia1947ASO, title={A Study on Clinical Value of the Widal Reaction and Its Variations in Typhoid Fever}, author={K. U. Jhatakia}, booktitle={The Indian medical gazette}, year={1947} }