antigenuria

antigenuria

 [an″tĭ-jĕ-nu´re-ah]
the presence of a specific antigen in the urine.

antigenuria

[an′ti-jĕ-nu′re-ah]
the presence of a specific antigen in the urine.
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Helbig et al (26) reported that antigenuria detection remains the best method for the early diagnosis of Legionnaries's disease; but also supported the earlier recommendations of Hoge et al (30) that use of serodiagnosis by antibody detection provides a valuable complementry test to antigenuria detection in diagnosis of legionella infection.
Consequently a positive result in the ELISA for IgM should be considered as presumptive and confirmation should be done by highly specific antigenuria detection or seroconversion (3).