Casoni's test | definition of Casoni's test by Medical dictionary
Casoni's test [kah-so´nēz]
intradermal injection of hydatid fluid followed by production of wheal-flare reaction denotes hydatid infection.
a test for hydatid infection used in humans. The production of a wheal and flare reaction at the site of intradermal injection indicates infection.
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In addition, specific serological tests such as Casoni's test
, indirect hemagglutination, and ELISA can be used; however, negative serology does not exclude the diagnosis.