CHARLES E. BENDER, M.D.
Articles stressing certain rare and preternatural manifestations of infectious mononucleosis continue to occupy a prominent place in the literature of this disease. It is noteworthy that atypical clinical features have not been the only atypical findings in many of these cases. I have been puzzled by cases that have failed to show a lymphocytosis. For example, although heterophil tests were positive in a case recently reported in a four year old girl with severe central nervous system involvement, other findings included a neutrophilia of 93%, no abnormal at any time during the illness, and none of the usual clinical manifestations
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BENDER CE. INTERPRETATION OF HEMATOLOGIC AND SEROLOGIC FINDINGS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS(INTERPRETATION OF HEMATOLOGIC AND SEROLOGIC FINDINGS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS*). Ann Intern Med. 1958;49:852–865. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-4-852
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1958;49(4):852-865.
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