Presentation Summary : Infectious mononucleosis Also called Glandular fever, Kissing disease, Mono, Mononucleosis Etiological agents : Epstein – barr virus Transmission :
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Presentation Summary : * When Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) infection occurs during teenage, in 35 to 50 percent cases it causes infectious mononucleosis. * In 2005, Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) ...
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Presentation Summary : Infectious Mononucleosis - Lab Hematology: High WBC, Over 20% atypical reactive lymphocytes also known as Downey cells. Positive mono (heterophile antibody) test.
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Presentation Summary : Infectious Mononucleosis Downey cells may be present Heterophile Antigens/Antibodies Heterophile antigens are a group of similar antigens found in unrelated animals ...
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Presentation Summary : Viral Infectious diseases (Glandular fever, HPV, CMV) Done by: Hisham Al-Hammadi Glandular fever (Infectious Mononucleosis) Caused by EBV (90% of cases).
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Presentation Summary : 1. What lab tests would confirm the diagnosis of EBV-induced mononucleosis and distinguish it from CMV infection? The clinical diagnosis of infectious mononucleosisis ...
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Presentation Summary : BLOOD DISORDERS ANEMIA Leukemia Infectious mononucleosis Blood poisoning - Septicemia Thrombocytopenia Jaundice SICKLE CELL ANEMIA Quick Genetics Review HEMOPHILIA ...
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Presentation Summary : Infectious Disease Objectives Upon completion of this lecture, you will be better able to: List the infectious diseases commonly encountered in the school setting
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Presentation Summary : MEDICAL GRANDROUNDS IVY KATHRYN ILAGAN, MD August 21, 2008 OBJECTIVES To discuss an unusual presentation of infectious mononucleosis. GENERAL DATA RC 35 year old male ...
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Presentation Summary : Most liver function test results return to normal within 3 months. Differential absorption test Bovine RBCs absorb infectious mononucleosis heterophile antibodies, ...
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Presentation Summary : Ampicillin & Infectious Mononucleosis Introduction Associated with a high frequency of morbilliform rashes Maculopapular rashes are seen in 90% with EBV receiving ...
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Presentation Summary : Clinical syndromes associated with EBV infection Infectious mononucleosis. Chronic EBV infection. Lymphoproliferative disorder in immunocompromised.
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Presentation Summary : Blood Disorders RAS 2009 Infectious Mononucleosis Acute infectious disease of lymph system Caused by Epstein- Barr virus (EBV) “Kissing disease” Self-limiting At ...
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Presentation Summary : DEFINITION. Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is the cause of heterophile-positive infectious mononucleosis (IM), which is characterized by. fever, sore. throat
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Presentation Summary : Infectious Disease and the Athlete Diagnosis, Treatment and Return to Play November 2011 Kevin deWeber, MD, FAAFP, FACSM Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
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Presentation Summary : PTLDs comprise a spectrum ranging from early EBV-driven polyclonal proliferations resembling infectious mononucleosis to EBV(+) or EBV(-) ...
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