Glandular Fever Symptoms

Glandular tissue: The Histology Guide

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Introduction. The glandular tissue are a mixture of both endocrine (ductless, hormones are secreted into the blood) and exocrine (have ducts, hormones are ...

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What causes glandular?

Glandular fever is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). This virus is found in the saliva of infected people and can be spread through: kissing – glandular fever is often referred to as the "kissing disease" exposure to coughs and sneezes.

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Is glandular fever catching?

Glandular fever is not particularly contagious. It is spread mainly through contact with saliva, usually from asymptomatic carriers, such as through kissing or sharing food and drink utensils [CDC, 2018].

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What is the medical name for glandular fever?

Glandular fever is the common term used to describe an acute viral infection called infectious mononucleosis. In the past, it was commonly known as kissing disease or mono. The virus that causes glandular fever is known as Epstein-Barr virus.

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Can you go to school with glandular fever?

Glandular fever is spread through spit, so you can get it through kissing or by sharing cups or cutlery. You're infectious for up to 7 weeks before you get symptoms. You can go back to school or work as soon as you start to feel better.

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