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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
INTRODUCTION: Dengue is an acute viral infection with potential fatal complications. Specific antibody detection has been the mainstay of diagnosis which is prone for both false positive and false negative reactions. The newer parameter NS1 appears to be highly specific and reliable for diagnosis of dengue infection from the first day of fever. Platelet count is the only accessory test for diagnosis of dengue infection in the peripheral laboratories. Therefore, study was done to evaluate thedoi:10.14260/jemds/2014/2170 fatcat:h5d2pnfu3bftbdeomnscgl5wbq