Involvement of the Central Nervous System in a Case of Glandular Fever.. Ann Intern Med. 1932;5:1041-1042. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-8-1041_2
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1932;5(8):1041-1042.
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Severe headache, blurring of vision, photophobia, and general malaise had marked the onset of disease in a young man, 19 years old, who was admitted to the hospital in a stuporous condition. The spleen could be felt and there was a generalized enlargement of the lymph nodes. The total white blood cell count was 14,900 per cubic millimeter, with 63 per cent lymphocytes and 8 per cent monocytes. In all respects the morphology of the blood was typical of that occurring in infectious mononucleosis. Lumbar puncture yielded a clear, colorless fluid under normal pressure. On admission there were 34 white
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