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Typhoid, one of the classic infectious diseases afflicting humanity, is still a relatively common illness in many lower-income and middle-income countries (LMIC).1 The disease is associated with chronic fever that, if not treated, can lead to complications such as intestinal perforation or neurological problems.2 The diagnosis of typhoid is complicated because clinical presentation can be non-specific and can resemble a number of other diseases, such as malaria, typhus, and various viral infections.
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