Journal Article


John E Fenton
Michael Crotty
John Lennon


Medicine & Nursing

this review adult general practitioner information age complications infectious mononucleosis patient education adolescent

Infectious mononucleosis (2015)

Abstract Infectious mononucleosis is commonly seen in both the community and the hospital setting. Patients usually present with a sore throat and often presume that an antibiotic is required. It is therefore important to dispel the many myths relating to the condition with appropriate patient education. Knowledge of the clinical course of the disease, as well as potential complications, is paramount. In an information age, difficult questions may arise for a general practitioner, emergency doctor, or trainee in ear, nose, and throat medicine. The aim of this review is to assist those who encounter infectious mononucleosis in the adolescent and adult population.
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Ireland -> University of Limerick -> Faculty of Education & Health Sciences
Ireland -> University of Limerick -> Departments Education & Health Sciences

Full list of authors on original publication

John E Fenton, Michael Crotty, John Lennon

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J E Fenton
University of Limerick
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