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Practice Research: Is The Serological Diagnosis Of Infectious Mononucleosis Always Necessary?

D. O. Ho-Yen
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition)
Vol. 287, No. 6400 (Oct. 22, 1983), p. 1185/1188
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29512691
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Abstract

Clinical and serological data from 100 patients who had a Downey lymphocytosis of ≥40% of all white cells were assessed over three years. All had clinical evidence of infectious mononucleosis, suggesting that Downey lymphocytosis of ≥40% is specific for the illness.

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