The discovery of mononucleosis cannot be claimed by any one person, but the term itself was first used by Thomas Peck Sprunt and Frank Alexander Evans in 1920.
For information about how it was discovered, see the Related Question.
Mononucleosis was discovered in 1964
Mononucleosis was recognized as a virus in the 1880's by a group of German scientists in a nutshell.
infectious mononucleosis was first described by Sprunt ans Evans in 1920
Brock Lesnar was diagnosed with mononucleosis. Later it was discovered that he also had diverticulitis.
No, there is no vaccine for Mononucleosis.
mononucleosis is not infectious
No. Mononucleosis (Mono) is a virus.
It was discovered in the 1800's but a group of German doctors. Mononucleosis was first named 'glandular fever ' by a group of German doctors in the 1880s. They named it 'glandular fever ' because you get swollen glands and lymph nodes (part of your immune system) when you suffer from it. In 1889 Dr. E. Pfeiffer was said to have written the first most comprehensive discussion and description of the virus. But it was not until 1920 that glandular fever was given the name 'infectious mononucleosis ' by Thomas P. Sprunt and Frank A. Evans. So when you ask 'who discovered mononucleosis ? ', it's worth noting that although the virus was apparently first described in the 1880s, the term 'infectious mononucleosis ' wasn't coined until 1920.
Mononucleosis can make you ill but can't kill you.
That is the correct spelling of "mononucleosis" (a viral disease).
i think the origin of the mononucleosis is like the original word ..
yes. get to a doctor!
Mononucleosis, sometimes called the kissing disease, is extremely common. It is estimated that by the age of 35-40, 80-95% of Americans will have had mononucleosis.
Mononucleosis ("kissing disease," EBV infectious mononucleosis, Pfeiffer's disease, Filatov's disease) comes from the Epstein-Barr Virus, which is a type of Herpes virus. Up to 90% of adults are exposed in their lifetimes. It was discovered in 1964 by Anthony Epstein and Yvonne Barr after being sent a tumor sample from a Kampala, Uganda hospital. The sample was gathered by Denis Burkett.
The discovery of infectious mononucleosis was a process. In 1885, Russian pediatrician Nil Filatov reported an infectious process that exhibited symptoms that correspond to infectious mononucleosis that he called "idiopathic debitis." In 1889, German balneologist and pediatrician, Emil Pfeiffer, independently reported similar cases that tended to cluster in families that he called Drusenfieber or "glandular fever." The term "infectious mononucleosis" was used in 1920 by Thomas Peck Sprunt and Frank Alexander Evans. The causative link was uncovered in 1967 by Werner and Gertrude Henle.
listen, there's an easy solution to Mononucleosis, an that is, don't get it and stay alive!
Yes. A 50 year-old can contract mononucleosis.
Yes, Mononucleosis is infectious before the person receives treatment. In fact, most of the time when you get Mononucleosis you begin to spread the infection before you know your sick.
It is viral. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/infectious-mononucleosis-topic-overview
It is called mononucleosis because the virus causes unusual proliferation of monocytes in the blood.
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), aloso cytomegalovirus can cause mononucleosis-like symptoms
It is one of the most common infection in children and teens. It is unlikely to die from mononucleosis