Assessment of IL-6 , IL-23 and Serum amylase Levels in Patients with Enteric Fevers
Keywords:salmonellosis , IL-6, IL-23 , amylase, enteric fevers
The study was carried out during the period of March 2019-January 2020 for the detection of Salmonellosis in
102 suspected patients with age group ranged from 17 - 69 years, who attended Baghdad teaching hospitals,
that had been examined and defined as suspected cases by a specialized physician with the recording of
clinical manifestation. The diagnosis is done by the immunochromatography method, a blood sample was
taken from each patient as well as other 30 healthy control matching in age and gender. The study included
measurement of the level of interleukin -6,23 and Amylase activity in sera of patients and healthy control.
The result indicated that anti –salmonella IgM positive in 54 cases, anti- salmonella IgG positive in 50
cases, and 18 positive cases with both IgM and IgG. The Level of interleukin 6,23 increased significantly
while the serum amylase activity decreased significantly in patients sera in comparison with healthy control.
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