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    Diagnosing Salmonella disease requires testing an example (test), like stool (crap) or blood. Testing can help control treatment choices.

    Disease is analyzed when a lab test recognizes Salmonella microbes in stool, body tissue, or liquids. The test could be a culture that confines the microbes or a culture-autonomous indicative test (CIDT) that recognizes hereditary material of the microorganisms.

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