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Research Article

A Rapid In-Clinic Test Detects Acute Leptospirosis in Dogs with High Sensitivity and Specificity

Table 1

Weighted prevalence rates based on French data.

Group in present studyFrench prevalenceWeighted in present study

Positive (MAT titer ≥ 800)5025%33.75
Borderline (MAT titer < 800)3517%22.95
Negative (MAT titer negative or vaccinal ≤ 400)5058%78.3

MAT: microscopic agglutination test.
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