Mononucleosis Syndrome

Drug Side Effect reports associated with Mononucleosis Syndrome


Episodes: 1
acne What is  acne.appendicitis What is  appendicitis, dehydration, depression What is  depression, educational problem, epistaxis, impaired healing, influenza, mononucleosis syndrome, muscle spasms More
Episodes: 1
osteitis deformans.headache What is  headache, mononucleosis syndrome, myalgia, pain in jaw, pyrexia, viral infection What is  viral infection More
Episodes: 1
hyperuricaemia.alanine aminotransferase increased, aspartate aminotransferase increased, blood alkaline phosphatase increased, dermatitis exfoliative, epstein-barr virus infection, face oedema, leukocytosis, mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 1
enanthema, epstein-barr virus antibody, erythema multiforme, mononucleosis syndrome, purpura, pyrexia, rash macular, rash maculo-papular, skin lesion More
Episodes: 1
enanthema, epstein-barr virus antibody positive, erythema multiforme, mononucleosis syndrome, skin hyperpigmentation, skin test positive More
Episodes: 1
respiratory tract infection, unevaluable event.cytolytic hepatitis, dermatitis, dermatitis exfoliative, haematuria, mononucleosis syndrome, multi-organ failure, pancytopenia, rectal haemorrhage, renal failure acute More
Episodes: 3
respiratory tract infection, unevaluable event.cytolytic hepatitis, dermatitis, dermatitis exfoliative, haematuria, mononucleosis syndrome, pancytopenia, rectal haemorrhage, renal failure acute More
Episodes: 1
meningitis What is  meningitis, pain What is  pain.eosinophilia, mononucleosis syndrome, pyrexia More
Episodes: 1
upper respiratory tract infection.angioedema, mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 5
psoriasis.cough, mononucleosis syndrome, paranasal sinus hypersecretion More
Episodes: 3
diarrhoea, hyperhidrosis, hypotension, mononucleosis syndrome, stomach discomfort, vomiting More
Episodes: 1
mononucleosis syndrome, pneumonia What is  pneumonia, urethral stenosis More
Episodes: 4
rheumatoid arthritis What is  rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis prophylaxis, gastritis prophylaxis, sjogren's syndrome What is  sjogren's syndrome, medical diet.chlamydial infection, mononucleosis syndrome, respiratory failure, septic shock More
Episodes: 2
mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 2
bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder.cushing's syndrome, hepatitis What is  hepatitis, kidney infection, lung disorder, lymphadenopathy, mononucleosis syndrome, pharyngitis streptococcal, pyrexia More
Episodes: 1
body tinea.abdominal pain What is  abdominal pain, hepatic enzyme increased, hepatitis What is  hepatitis, jaundice What is  jaundice, mononucleosis syndrome, nausea What is  nausea More
Episodes: 1
bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder.headache What is  headache, meningitis What is  meningitis, meningitis aseptic, mononucleosis syndrome, pleocytosis, protein total abnormal, pyrexia More
Episodes: 1
hypothyroidism.cytomegalovirus antibody positive, disease recurrence, hepatic enzyme increased, hypersensitivity, hyperventilation, liver disorder, lymphadenopathy, mononucleosis syndrome, oxygen saturation decreased More
Episodes: 1
dysmenorrhoea.influenza, metrorrhagia, mononucleosis syndrome, weight increased, withdrawal bleed More
Episodes: 1
blood albumin decreased, dermatitis exfoliative, epstein-barr virus infection, face oedema, hepatitis What is  hepatitis, immunoglobulins decreased, inflammation, mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 1
polyserositis, pyrexia, crohn's disease What is  crohn's disease.dermatitis exfoliative, eosinophilia, mononucleosis syndrome, prurigo, rash pruritic More
Episodes: 1
mononucleosis syndrome, pancreatic disorder, sepsis What is  sepsis More
Episodes: 1
mood altered, anxiety What is  anxiety.cytolytic hepatitis, eosinophilia, face oedema, hepatomegaly, mononucleosis syndrome, mouth ulceration More
Episodes: 2
acne What is  acne.epstein-barr virus antibody positive, mononucleosis syndrome, transaminases increased More
Episodes: 1
growth hormone deficiency.mononucleosis syndrome, pneumonia mycoplasmal, urethral stenosis More
Episodes: 7
hepatic enzyme increased, mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 1
ankylosing spondylitis What is  ankylosing spondylitis.hepatocellular damage, mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 1
antiviral prophylaxis.mononucleosis syndrome More
Episodes: 2
mood altered, anxiety What is  anxiety.aphthous stomatitis, cytolytic hepatitis, eosinophilia, face oedema, hepatomegaly, mononucleosis syndrome, pruritus More
Episodes: 3
epilepsy What is  epilepsy.hepatic failure, mononucleosis syndrome, pyrexia More
Episodes: 1
alcoholism What is  alcoholism.mononucleosis syndrome, splenic infarction More
Episodes: 1
b-cell lymphoma.aplasia, athetosis, chorea, dermatitis exfoliative, interstitial lung disease, lung infection, mononucleosis syndrome, rash erythematous More
Episodes: 1
herpes zoster.haematuria, henoch-schonlein purpura, leukocytoclastic vasculitis, lymphopenia, mononucleosis syndrome, proteinuria, vascular purpura More

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