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Epstein-Barr Virus Infection (cont.)

Follow-up

People with acute mononucleosis usually recover completely and do not need prolonged follow-up. The exceptions are people with an enlarged spleen who should be followed until this resolves. The few individuals that develop chronic neurological changes usually have follow-up with a neurologist.

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