Patient Comments: Swollen Lymph Nodes - Causes
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A Doctor's View on Sore Throat: Is It Mono or Strep Throat?
Read the Comment by Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Sometimes it is difficult to determine if a sore throat is a symptoms of mono because sore throat is one of the many symptoms of several diseases or conditions. Epstein-Barr virus is the virus that causes mononucleosis. Symptoms of mono and strep throat are common and include a sore throat, swollen lymph noes, and fever. Your doctor can order tests to determine if your sore throat and swollen lymph nodes are caused by strep throat or mono. Read the entire Doctor's View
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