Mononucleosis | Diagnosis & Tests

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How is mono diagnosed?

Your doctor will probably first ask you some questions about your symptoms and then may do blood tests to confirm the diagnosis. One common test used to diagnose mono is called the Monospot test. Sometimes other blood tests are needed if the results of the Monospot test aren't clear.

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Reviewed/Updated: 03/14
Created: 09/00

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