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The term “immunocompromised” refers to individuals with weakened immune systems, making them more susceptible to infections and diseases. This condition can be due to various factors, including genetic disorders, medical treatments like chemotherapy, or chronic illnesses such as HIV/AIDS. In the context of diagnostics, accurate and timely detection of pathogens is crucial for immunocompromised patients. Given their heightened vulnerability, standard infections can rapidly escalate into severe or life-threatening situations. Diagnostic tests tailored for this group often employ highly sensitive methods to ensure the earliest possible intervention and management.