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Age distribution of anginose mononucleosis.
  1. Z Spirer,
  2. M Holtzman,
  3. I Melamed,
  4. I Shalit


    The age distribution of anginose infectious mononucleosis in children was analysed retrospectively for the years 1966-85. During that period the disease became significantly more common in children of a young age and less common in older children. This shift could not be attributed either to socioeconomic conditions or to the diagnostic methods used.

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