Immunology & Serology Test

Coxsackie A virus titer

Dr. Simi Paknikar
Medically Reviewed by Dr. Simi Paknikar, MD
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Test : Coxsackie A virus titer

Indications : respiratory illness

Physiology : This test is done to detect antibodies to coxsackie A virus.Virus neutralisation and complement fixation tests are done

Interpretation : increase in titer indicates meningitis,pericarditis,respiratory tract illness

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MOM2009, Malaysia

My Child, 7+ has Fever, Blisters on her Gums, Sore at the sides of tongue and red spots on he pallet. Is this Hand and Mouth - COxsackie A. Can it repeat again occuring and pls let me know if it does why is it because there is an underlying problem or just mere viral infection ( 2nd attack)

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