Medical Definition of Weil-felix test

1. A serologic fluorescent antibody screen that indicates infection with the rickettsial bacteria which is responsible for Rocky Mountain spotted fever. This test may also be positive in brucellosis, salmonella infection and tularaemia. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Weil-felix Test

Weibulls
Weichselbaum's coccus
Weidel's reaction
Weifang
Weigela florida
Weigert's iodine solution
Weigert's iron haematoxylin stain
Weigert's law
Weigert's stain
Weigert-Gram stain
Weil
Weil's basal layer
Weil's basal zone
Weil's disease
Weil-Felix reaction
Weil-Felix test
Weil disease
Weill
Weill-Marchesani syndrome
Weimar
Weimar Republic
Weimaraner
Weimaraners
Weinberg
Weinberg's reaction
Weiner
Weingarten
Weingarten right
Weingarten rights
Weingrow's reflex

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