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Research has shown that, depending on the method used to detect the virus, anywhere from 20%-80% of people who have had mononucleosis and have recovered will continue to secrete the EBV in their saliva for years due to periodic "reactivations" of the viral infection.
Since healthy people without symptoms also secrete the virus during reactivation episodes throughout their lifetime, isolation of people infected with EBV is not necessary.
Likewise, probably because of immunity from prior infection, adults typically do not develop the illness.
Most cases of infectious mononucleosis occur in the 15-24 age group.
These data support the hypothesis that MDD increases the risk of developing Ps A among patients with psoriasis, suggesting a need for heightened prevention and management of MDD in patients with psoriasis.
The term infectious mononucleosis was first used in 1920 when an increased number of lymphocytes were found in the blood of a group of college students who had fever and symptoms of the condition.