Ira Shah
Investigations In Pyrexia Of Unknown Origin
- CBC and peripheral smear examination with ESR
- Urine examination
- Stool examination
- X-Ray chest
Additional tests (as indicated)
- Blood culture
- Widal test
- Liver function tests
- Serological tests to antibodies such as for Hepatitis virus, EBV, CMV, Brucellosis, HIV etc.
- Paul Bunnel test for infection mononucleosis
- Mantoux test
- Sputum examination
- Auto antibody tests such as RA factor, ANA, dsDNA.
- USG Abdomen
- Biopsy of affected organ -liver, lymph nodes, bone marrow
- Total body CT or MRI scanning

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