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Λοιμώδης μονοπυρήνωση ή ‘’ νόσος του φιλιού ‘’. Πρόκειται για προσβολή, από τον ιό Epstein- Bar, του λεμφικού ιστού και ιδιαίτερα των αμυγδαλών.

Η λοιμώδης μονοπυρήνωση Μεταδίδεται με την άμεση επαφή (π.χ. φιλί) και προσβάλει συνήθως εφήβους και νέους ενήλικες.

Η λοιμώδης μονοπυρήνωση χαρακτηρίζεται από ανορεξία, πονόλαιμο, πολύ υψηλό πυρετό που μπορεί να διαρκέσει πολλές ημέρες διόγκωση των λεμφαδένων (τραχηλικών, οπισθοωτιαίων, μασχαλιαίων και βουβωνικών) και ηπατοσπληνομεγαλία.

Η διάγνωση γίνεται από τις χαρακτηριστικές αιματολογικές εξετάσεις και είναι ιδιαίτερα σημαντική όχι μόνο για τη χορήγηση της κατάλληλης φαρμακευτικής αγωγής αλλά κυρίως για την πρόληψη σημαντικών επιπλοκών που αφορούν σε διάφορα όργανα όπως το ήπαρ, ο σπλήνας, οι όρχεις κ.α.

 

 

 

 

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