Medical Definition of Aspergillus antigen skin test

1. An antigen, prepared from aspergillus, is injected into the skin. In 48 to 72 hours the site is read as positive or negative. A positive skin test (inflammation at the test site) indicates prior exposure to aspergillus and therefore a risk for developing aspergillosis. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aspergillus Antigen Skin Test

aspergilla
aspergilli
aspergillic acid
aspergilliform
aspergillin
aspergillium
aspergilloma
aspergillomycosis
aspergilloses
aspergillosis
aspergillosis precipitin
aspergills
aspergillum
aspergillums
aspergillus
aspergillus antigen skin test (current term)
aspergillus flavus
aspergillus fumigatus
aspergillus nidulans
aspergillus niger
aspergillus nuclease s1
aspergillus ochraceus
aspergillus oryzae
asperging
asperifolious
asperities
asperity

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