This book on “Comparison Between Conventional Microscopic Techniques, Quantitative Buffy Coat And Rapid Immunochromatographic Assays for Histidine Rich Protein-II Antigen Detection, and Plasmodium Lactate Dehydrogenase Tests In Diagnosis Of Clinically Suspected Cases Of Malaria” is very useful in providing, wide arrays of information about advantages and also limitations of various malaria diagnostic tests. According to the facilities available in the health care setting, financial constraints of patients, clinical condition of patients, the suitable diagnostic technique should be selected as the method of choice. ICT is easy to perform, gives rapid report and suitable for field studies. QBC is highly sensitive, rapid and suitable for laboratories where facilities are available. However the peripheral blood microscopy still remains as widely accepted gold standard method for malaria diagnosis, when examined by a experienced microscopist, used to monitor the treatment response and can diagnose up to species level accurately.