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How is malaria diagnosed?
Normally blood is taken from a finger prick at a lab...
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Normally blood is taken from a finger prick at a lab and the parasite is seen within your red blood cells under a microscope. A variety of rapid tests are available that detect the malaria antigen and can diagnose the condition in 10 minutes.
Red blood cells, Malaria antigen
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