The Most Probable Diagnosis: Cholera
The most probable diagnosis, in this case, is cholera, an acute infectious disease caused by the Vibrio cholera bacterium. The clinical presentation of this patient is in accordance with the symptoms of cholera, including watery diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and dehydration (Cherian et al., 2016). Laboratory tests revealed an increase in packed cell volume, serum specific gravity, and total protein, prerenal azotemia, metabolic acidosis with a high anion gap, low serum potassium level, mildly low sodium and chloride levels, as well as a high white blood cell count, which are all associated with cholera (Raj et al., 2016). Etiological examinations for cholera include the use of stool culture, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and serological tests (Cherian et al., 2016). Stool culture is considered the gold standard for cholera diagnosis as it is the most sensitive and specific means of confirming cholera infection (Raj et al., 2016). Cont…
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