Impact of Salmonellosis on Antineutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibodies, Alkaline Phosphatase and Lactic Dehydrogenase
Keywords:Salmonellosis, Alkaline phosphatase, Lactic acid dehydrogenase, c-ANCA, p-ANCA
The study was carried out during a period of March 2018-July 2019 for the detection of Salmonellosis in 106 suspected patients with age group range from 17 - 69 years, who attended to Baghdad teaching hospitals, that had been examined and defined as suspected cases by specialized physician with the recording of clinical manifestation .The diagnosis done by immunochromatography method, a blood sample was taken from each patients as well as other 30 healthy control matching in age and gender. The study included measurement of the level of antineutrophil antibodies, activity of Alkaline phosphatase , and Lactic acid dehydrogenase in sera of patients and healthy control. The result indicated that anti –salmonella IgM positive in 54 cases, anti- salmonella IgG positive in 40 cases and 12 positive cases with both IgM and IgG. The Level of c-ANCA and p-ANCA, Alkaline phosphatase and Lactic acid dehydrogenase increased significantly, with no statistical difference between the gender of patients sera in comparison with healthy control.
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