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Dengue infection is a rapidly spreading vector-borne disease and is
endemic in the Indian subcontinent. It has varied manifestations
ranging from subclinical infection to severe fatal shock syndrome. This
study aimed to estimate cytokine level in dengue patients and correlate
them with dengue severity.
Material and Methods
|Figure 1. Frequency of symptoms in the two study groups.|
|Figure 2. Frequency of symptoms in the two study groups.|
|Table 1. Comparison of vital parameters among patients in the two groups.|
|Figure 3. Distribution of various forms of bleeding manifestation among two groups.|
|Table 2. Comparison of cytokine levels between the two groups.|
|Figure 4. Line diagram showing median levels of TNF-α plotted against days of fever.|
|Figure 5. Line diagram showing median levels of IFN-γ plotted against days of fever.|