Ehrlich's test

Ehrlich's test

used to examine urine for the presence of urobilinogen; based on the use of Ehrlich's diazo reagent, a sodium p-diazobenzenesulfonate solution.
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At this stage, porphyria was suspected and urine was collected for biochemical investigation of porphyria where porphobilingen was found to be positive in Ehrlich's test.
However, Ehrlich's test was performed and AIP confirmation was done by test for PBGD.
High clinical suspicion and performing simple tests in the form of Ehrlich's test can be of vital in suspecting/labeling the patient as AIP and thus preventing the fatal outcome of the disease due to lack of clinical recognition and delay in diagnosis.