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Can urinary histoplasma antigen test improve the diagnosis of histoplasmosis in a tuberculosis endemic region?

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Many patients with histoplasmosis are treated with anti‐tubercular therapy (ATT) in tuberculosis endemic regions as diagnosis of histoplasmosis requires invasive sampling. We sought to study the utility of urinary Histoplasma antigen detection test.
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Keywords: antigen detection; diagnosis; histoplasmosis; therapy

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2019

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