TYPHOID FEVER AND VIRAL HEPATITIS IN A G6PD DEFICIENT INDIVIDUAL

Imran Ahmad, H. Muhammad Ashraf, Shahzad Ashraf

Abstract


Simultaneous occurrence of multiple diseases is unusual but not rare. We are reporting an unusual
combination of Typhoid fever and viral hepatitis in a G6PD deficient individual.
KEY WORDS: Typhoid fever, Viral Hepatitis, G6PD Deficient

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