A comparison of the Monospot with the Paul-Bunnell test in infectious mononucleosis and other diseases.

Abstract

The Monospot is a spot test designed for the diagnosis of infectious mononucleosis and its efficacy has been compared with that of the standard Paul-Bunnell test. Three out of 210 (1.4%) sera from normal persons and persons suffering from diseases other than infectious mononucleosis gave ;false' positive results when compared with the Paul-Bunnell test… (More)

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