EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS

By Gary M. White, MD


EBV Transmission

Viral Syndromes

Chronic Active EBV

Diagnostic Tests

EBV Antibody Tests

Infectious Mononucleosis (IM)

Genital Ulcers

Antibiotic Rash with Mononucleosis

Gianotti-Crosti

Oral Hairy Leukoplakia

Hydroa Vacciniforme

Severe Hypersensitivity to Mosquito Bites

References

Chronic active Epstein–Barr virus infection in a French woman. Lesions started in childhood and progressed over 25 years. Lesions would heal spontaneously leaving depressed scars. BJD 2015;173;1266–1270.

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