Die infektiöse Mononucleose

  • G. Wernekke
Part of the Handbuch Der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 2 / 5)

Zusammenfassung

Pfeiffersches Drüsenfieber, Angina mit lymphomononucleärer Reaktion, lymphämoides Drüsenfieber, Monocytenangina, Angina mit akuter Lymphoblastose, lymphatische Angina.

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