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Role of liver indices in differentiating dengue infection from other febrile illness in children

@inproceedings{Bandaru2016RoleOL,
  title={Role of liver indices in differentiating dengue infection from other febrile illness in children},
  author={Aruna kumari Bandaru and Chandra Sekhar Vanumu and V. Divyasai},
  year={2016}
}
Objective: To analyze the liver dysfunction among serologically positive and serologically negative dengue infection comparing them with other febrile illness and controls, in children. Methods: This study was conducted on 304 children between 3 months to 15 years age group, out of which 50 were healthy control group and 254 were admitted with acute febrile illness during an outbreak of dengue infection. Serologically positive dengue, serologically negative dengue, other febrile… Expand
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