The test of fecal tribull has a high positive rate for digestive tract diseases, especially digestive tract ulcers and ulcerative colitis, but the positive rate of intestinal tuberculosis is 95% to 97%, which can be an important evidence for the disease.Basic Information
Specialist classification: Digestive examination classification: feces / parasitic examination
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
Negative is normal.
Positive is an abnormal result, suggesting that: 1. The diagnostic value of intestinal tuberculosis is good, the positive rate is as high as 95% to 97%, and positive results are also found in intestinal ulcers. 2, gastric cancer, typhoid fever also showed a positive reaction.
The normal result is negative.Clinical significance
(1) The diagnostic value of intestinal tuberculosis is good, the positive rate is as high as 95% to 97%, and positive results are also found in intestinal ulcers.
(2) Gastric cancer and typhoid fever also showed a positive reaction.
Need to check the crowd:
Patients with abnormal pain in the digestive tract.Positive results may be diseases: digestive ulcer, ulcerative colitis, intestinal tuberculosis, stomach cancer, typhoid
Preparation before inspection:
1. Specimens must be fresh and should be sent immediately.
2, the amount of picking is generally 5 ~ 10g is appropriate, special inspection according to the instructions to collect specimens.
Requirements for inspection:
Avoid collecting the urine and tap water that is in the toilet during collection; do not place the stool directly on toilet paper or paper towels.
Not suitable for people:
There is no inappropriate crowd.Inspection process
The test was carried out using the Tribull test method.
For gastrointestinal diseases, especially digestive tract ulcers, ulcerative colitis, the positive rate is higher, but the positive rate of intestinal tuberculosis is 95% to 97% can be an important evidence for the disease.Not suitable for the crowd
No taboos.Adverse reactions and risks
Generally no complications and harm.