What is Leptospira Antibody IgM?
Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease transmitted through soil, food or water contaminated by urine of infected animal. Illness may be self limiting or cause Hepatorenal failure (Weil syndrome. IgM antibodies appear within 1-2 weeks after onset of illness and peak at 2-4 weeks.
The sample type collected for Leptospira Antibody IgM is: Blood
Preparation for Leptospira Antibody IgM
- No special preparation required
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