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MONONUCLEOSIS - FIND RELATED DISEASES

Related diseases / syndromes to (mononucleosis) including facts and information available:
ADENITIS, MESENTERIC / CAUSES
the primary causes of mesenteric adenitis include viral infection, bowel infections, viral bowel infection & mononucleosis....
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AUTOIMMUNE HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA / SUBTYPES
warm aiha idiopathic systemic lupus erythematosus evans' syndrome (antiplatelet antibodies & haemolytic antibodies) chronic lymphocytic leukemia drugs (methyldopa) cold aiha idiopathic cold hemagglutinin syndrome infectious mononucleosis paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria (rare) lymphoma...
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CANDIDIASIS / CAUSES
most people have candida yeasts. uncontrolled multiplication resulting in disease symptoms however is kept in check by other naturally occurring microorganisms such as bacteria co-existing with the yeasts in the same locations & by the human immune system. a study among 1009 women in new zealand revealed that candida albicans was isolated from the vaginas of 19% women, who were apparently healthy while carriers experienced few or no symptoms. it was also found out that the use of external irritants such as detergents & douches or internal disturbances such hormonal or physiological changes in the body can disturb the normal flora. other factors such as pregnancy, the use of oral contraceptives, engaging in vaginal sex immediately after anal sex without cleansing, using lubricants with glycerin have been identified to be related to yeast infections. the use of antibiotics among people with diabetes mellitus is also associated to the prevalence of yeast infections. among animals, diet has been identified as the cause of said infection. other disease or conditions linked to candidiasis are hiv/aids, mononucleosis, cancer treatments, steroids, stress & nutrient deficiency among others. the use of antibiotic & steroid meanwhile are the most common reasons for yeast overgrowth. the candida fungus flourishes in warm, moist & dark places. exposed areas such the mouth, skin folds, armpits & vaginas have said conditions, making them vulnerable. among males, penile candidiasis may be caused by sexual contact with an infected partner as well as low immunity, antibiotics & diabetes. males yeast infection however, is less likely to occur & is only a fraction compared to women....
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CHRONIC FATIGUE DISORDER / CAUSES
cfs is brought about by a variety of reasons. it can be a result of pre-existing diseases & medical conditions. among the most common conditions to which cfs is linked are mylagic encephalomyelitis, neurasthenia, multiple chemical sensitivities, chronic mononucleosis & fibromyalgia syndrome. other conditions to which chronic fatigue syndrome arises are hypthyroidism, narcolepsy, depression, bipolar disorders, schizophrenia, cancer, autoimmune diseases, hormonal defects, alcohol or drug abuse & reactions to some medications....
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CYTOMEGALOVIRUS / SYMPTOMS & SIGNS
generally, this disease may not show symptoms, or if any, only mild ones. some people may have symptoms alike to mononucleosis, such as headache, fever, tiredness & sore throat. individuals with a weak immune system, like those with hiv, may suffer severe symptoms....
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ENLARGED LIVER / CAUSES
an enlarged liver may be caused by many conditions such as alcohol abuse, nonalcoholic fatty live disease, hepatitis, heart failure, liver cancer, infections such as mononucleosis, excessive iron in the body & blood disorders such as leukemia....
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ENLARGED SPLEEN / CAUSES
there are various causes for the spleen to enlarge, which includes viral infections such as mononucleosis, bacterial infections such as syphilis, parasitic infections such as malaria, cirrhosis & other disease affecting the liver, various types of hemolytic anemia, blood cancers such as leukemia & hodgkin's disease & metabolic disorders. pressure on the veins from the spleen or to the liver may also cause splenomegaly....
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EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS MONONUCLEOSIS / DEFINITION
epstein barr virus mononucleosis is also known as infectious mononucleosis. it is also known by other terms like the kissing disease or the pfeiffer's disease. it is also most commonly called as glandular fever. this condition occurs most frequently in young adolescents & at times to young adults. infectious mononucleosis or kissing fever entails only very mild illness in small children & usually asymptomatic....
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EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS MONONUCLEOSIS / DIAGNOSIS
proper diagnosis of the disorder will entail different procedures a monospot test, eistein bar virus antigen by immunoflourescence, epstein barr virus antibody, complete blood count & liver fucntion test....
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EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS MONONUCLEOSIS / TREATMENT
treatments of this condition may include medications to control symtoms like acetaminophen or paracetamol, valacyclovir & non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs,...
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EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS MONONUCLEOSIS / SYMPTOMS & SIGNS
this condition is often presented by soreness of the muscle,a fever, sore throat & stress or fatigue. in some cases, patients may also manifest different symptoms such as enlargement of the spleen, abdominal pain, muscle aches, headache, loss of appetite, a feeling of depression,skin rashes, diarrhea, dizziness or being disoriented, nncontrollable shaking sometimes, difficulties swallowing because of an enlarged tonsils, dry cough & supra-orbital oedema....
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EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS MONONUCLEOSIS / CAUSES
epstein barr virus monocleosis is occurs because of the epstein-barr virus infecting the b cells or the b-lymphocytes. the infection then produces atypical t cells or t-lymphocytes & a reactive lymphocytosis, which is commonly known as downey bodies....
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GLANDULAR FEVER / DEFINITION
glandular fever, also known as infectious mononucleosis, is a disease that thrives in the saliva. when not treated, it can cause serious damages to the blood, liver & spleen....
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GLANDULAR FEVER / TREATMENT
infectious mononucleosis has no specific medical treatments as of the present. the disease meanwhile can resolve on its own after a few weeks....
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KISSING DISEASE / DEFINITION
infectious mononucleosis (mono), or glandular fever, is usually called the kissing disease....
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KISSING DISEASE / DIAGNOSIS
the doctor may use other blood tests to look for an elevated number of white blood cells (lymphocytes) or abnormal-looking lymphocytes. these blood tests will not confirm mononucleosis, but they may suggest it as a possibility....
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KISSING DISEASE / TREATMENT
there's no particular therapy available to treat infectious mononucleosis. antibiotics are not effective against viral infections such as mono. treatment mostly involves bed rest & adequate fluid intake. sometimes, a streptococcal (strep) infection accompanies the sore throat of mononucleosis. a sinus infection may also develop or an infection of the tonsils (tonsillitis). if so, the patient may need treatment with antibiotics for these accompanying bacterial infections....
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KISSING DISEASE / CAUSES
the cause of mononucleosis is the epstein-barr virus, though similar signs & symptoms are sometimes caused by cytomegalovirus (cmv)....
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LYMPHADENOPATHY / SYMPTOMS & SIGNS
runny nose, sore throat, fever & other indications of an upper respiratory infection. general swelling of lymph nodes throughout your body, indicative of infections like hiv or mononucleosis, an infection of the glands, or immune disorders, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. red, inflamed skin over the swollen lymph node, swollen limb, possibly indicating lymph system blockage caused by swelling in a lymph node too far under your skin to feel. hardened, fixed, rapidly growing nodes, possibly indicating a tumor (rare)...
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MONONUCLEOSIS / DEFINITION
infectious mononucleosis (mono), or glandular fever, is often called the kissing disease. the virus that causes this disease is transmitted by saliva, so kissing can spread the virus, but so can coughing, sneezing, or sharing a glass or food utensil. the name comes because the number of mononuclear leukocytes (white blood cells with a one-lobed nucleus) rises importantly....
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