ALVIN L. SCHULTZ, M.D.; WENDELL H. HALL, M.D.
In the past decade, increasing attention has been centered on the many unusual findings in infectious mononucleosis. The diagnosis is often difficult, particularly when pneumonitis, anemia or electrocardiographic or neurologic abnormalities are present. The clinician is frequently confronted with this disease, and awareness of its protean manifestations is necessary to avoid confusion in diagnosis. The present series of cases, seen in a large general hospital, exhibits almost all the features of infectious mononucleosis which may be encountered. In addition, the results of treatment are described, an aspect neglected until recently in the medical literature.
One hundred cases of
SCHULTZ AL, HALL WH. CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS IN 100 CASES OF INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS AND THE RESULTS OF TREATMENT WITH PENICILLIN AND AUREOMYCIN1. Ann Intern Med. 1952;36:1498–1512. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-36-6-1498
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