JOSEPH H. PRESS, M.D.; EDMUND L. SHLEVIN, M.D.; ALBERT P. ROSEN, M.D.
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The study presented in this paper was undertaken for the purpose of evaluating the clinical and laboratory findings in infectious mononucleosis, and of attempting to clarify the criteria supporting the diagnosis of this condition. This statistical analysis is based upon a series of 96 consecutive sporadic cases of infectious mononucleosis observed at the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn over a 10 year period. This is one of the largest series of sporadic cases of this disease to be reported. Free reference will be made to the literature for purposes of comparison and evaluation of our findings.
Definition. Infectious mononucleosis is usually
PRESS JH, SHLEVIN EL, ROSEN AP. INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS; A STUDY OF 96 CASES1. Ann Intern Med. 1945;22:546–562. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-22-4-546
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1945;22(4):546-562.
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