glandular fever


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glandular fever

[¦glan·jə·lər ′fē·vər]
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He's only just come back from glandular fever and it's the sensible thing to do.
Here, GP and Healthspan medical director, Dr Sarah Brewer, explains more about glandular fever and how to avoid it - and what to do if you are unlucky enough to catch it.
Infectious mononucleosis is also known as glandular fever.
I want to get back to where I was in the rankings before I got glandular fever," she told
Heather Watson, making her way back gingerly after a bout of glandular fever, slid out of the French Open on Wednesday in losing her opening round match against Stefanie Voegele.
TENNIS pundit Greg Rusedski insists Heather Watson can still rescue her season despite being struck down with glandular fever.
Carlin, who has not ruled out switching to the open water in the future, has recovered from the bout of glandular fever that wrecked her World Championship performances in July but has vowed to bounce back for the Olympics next year.
A study followed 57 students who developed glandular fever during their studies, tracking their symptoms and recovery.
Caernarfon Swimming Club had hoped 11-time gold Paralympian swimmer David Roberts could travel from his Pontypridd home to the ceremony, but he had to stay at home with suspected glandular fever.
Viruses are the most common causative agent, including adenovirus and Epstein-Barr virus--the agent that causes glandular fever.
This means that it is only adults who haven't been infected as children that develop the more serious types of glandular fever if infected with the virus.
The former Manchester United and Notts County player had suffered tonsilitis last month but he has been struck down by illness again and now fears he could have glandular fever.