Definition Infectious mononucleosis is an acute, self-limited infectious disease that primarily affects children. Clinical features The oral manifestations are early and common, and consist of palatal petechiae, uvular edema, tonsillar exudate, gingivitis, and rarely ulcers. Differential diagnosis Leukemias, secondary syphilis, diphtheria, fellatio,thrombocytopenic purpura, traumatic hematoma.
This occurs after pregnancy which is characterized by an unusual growth in the placenta of the uterus. Sealants help to prevent tooth decay by keeping germs and food out of hard-tobrush areas on your back teeth. Generalized lymphadenopathy, hepatosplenomegaly, maculopapular skin rash, and sore throat are common.


Symptoms of this disease include inverted nipples, swollen or itchy nipples, and nipples with spots and dimpled breast skin. Prodromal symptoms such as anorexia, malaise, headache, fatigue, andlater fever occur before the clinical manifestations.
Breast cancer attach anytime even without the symptoms thus difficult to detect and treat early.
Symptoms include vaginal bleeding after a normal delivery, enlargement of the uterus and high blood pressure.
Symptoms include abdominal discomfort, bloating, cramps, diarrhea, frequent urination and weight loss.
Symptoms include excessive bleeding after menopause and between periods, bleeding after intercourse or a pelvic exam, and periods that last longer that it should.


Women who suffer from high blood pressure and obesity are most likely to have this disease.
This can be detected through ultrasound, CT scan or a Beta human chorionic gonadotropin blood test. Vaginal discharge that has a bad odor, pain in the pelvis and urination, and fatigue are other signs o this disease.
With the advanced technology that we now have, almost 30% of death has been prevented with an early detection and treatment.



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