Traducción de glandular fever en Español:

glandular fever

mononucleosis (infecciosa), n.


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    mononucleosis (infecciosa) femenino
    • In addition to its role in glandular fever the Epstein-Barr virus is also associated with several different neoplasms.
    • She was diagnosed with liver damage almost a year ago, and has also suffered from extreme tiredness and a series of illnesses including chicken pox, tonsillitis, flu and glandular fever.
    • Recognition that the spleen had ruptured was delayed because of the patient's stable clinical condition and lack of coexisting symptoms of infectious mononucleosis.
    • Also hepatitis B, glandular fever and intestinal parasites have been associated.
    • Epstein-Barr virus is very common and transmissible virus in the herpes family that causes infectious mononucleosis.
    • Many people, especially children, have few or no noticeable symptoms of glandular fever.
    • She had suffered from glandular fever, migraine and scoliosis (curvature of the spine), and thought she had a brain tumour.
    • Typical features of infectious mononucleosis include fever, pharyngitis, adenopathy, malaise, and an atypical lymphocytosis.
    • Herpes viruses, including the one that causes glandular fever (Epstein-Barr virus), are the second most common cause of viral meningitis.
    • When they do happen, they are similar to other viral infections such as glandular fever.
    • And so if you've had say, hepatitis or glandular fever and you're feeling tired or fatigued afterwards, is that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
    • Some viral illnesses, such as glandular fever, can cause overwhelming tiredness that takes months to settle.
    • Symptoms tend to resemble the flu or infectious mononucleosis (swollen glands, fatigue, muscle aches, malaise, fever).
    • The disease may be indistinguishable from infectious mononucleosis.
    • A person with glandular fever is most infectious when they have a fever (high temperature).
    • The glandular fever virus can also be a cause of hepatitis.
    • Say hello to glandular fever, infectious mononucelosis, kissing disease.
    • A negative result of an antibody test, particularly during the first week of illness, may indicate that the patient does not have infectious mononucleosis.
    • In infectious mononucleosis, the Epstein-Barr virus primarily infects B lymphocytes.
    • Mononucleosis hepatitis occurs in approximately 10 percent of cases of infectious mononucleosis.