TYPHOID FEVER AND VIRAL HEPATITIS IN A G6PD DEFICIENT INDIVIDUAL

Authors

  • Imran Ahmad
  • H. Muhammad Ashraf
  • Shahzad Ashraf

Abstract

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

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