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Widal, Lepto IgM, Weil-Felix, Monospot, HIV, HBsAg, Anti-HCV ELISA were negative.
The Weil-Felix test was performed according to the manufacturer's instructions.
49 mg/dl; thrombocytopenia (60,000/[micro]L); leukopenia (3,100/[micro]L); hyponatremia (131mmol/L); serologic study results were negative for Weil-Felix reaction, as well as Leptospirosis, Borrelia, Mycoplasma pneumonia, Chlamydia pneumonia, Legionella pneumophila, Brucellosis and Coxiella burneti.
5[degrees]C) for >15 days that did not respond to common antimicrobial drug therapy; 2) any additional clinical features including headache, rash, lymphadenopathy, myalgia, and eschars on skin; and 3) titer according to the Weil-Felix test (antibodies against any of 3 Proteus antigens) of >1:80.
So, Weil-Felix (WF) test was done and was found positive for OX19 with a titre of >1 : 160 titre.
Blood and urine cultures, Widal test and Weil-Felix test were negative (1).
Repeated cultures of blood, urine and sputum were negative and paired viral titres, Weil-Felix and Widal tests were not informative.
A case is considered probable if testing reveals a fourfold rise in titer or a single titer -l :320 in the Weil-Felix test (OX-19 or OX-2) or an IHA, LA, or MA single titer of [greater than or equal to] 1:128.