Infectious Diseases >> Leptospirosis
agglutination (MAT) is done to detect Leptospirosis. The process of
MAT consists following procedures to study presence of infection
1. the action of an agglutinant substance.
the process of union in wound healing.
the clumping together in suspension of
antigen-bearing cells, microorganisms, or particles in the presence of
specific antibodies (agglutinins).
Other tests may be
A white blood cell count generally shows
less than 10,000 white blood cells.
Urinalysis is usually abnormal.
Higher-than-normal creatine kinase is
found in approximately 50% of patients.