viral study

viral study

Virology Any test or battery of tests used to detect or confirm past or present exposure to a particular virus Types Indirect–viral effects on the host are assessed by measuring antibody levels; direct–the virus itself is cultured. See Viral culture.
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Lumbar puncture was repeated, and CSF examination was sent for microscopy, biochemistry, culture, bacterial antigens, and viral study (measles, adenovirus, enterovirus, and herpes simplex virus).
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