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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 14 The Cedar Tiles.. May 28. 1971 For Better Health _ Mononucleosis Is an Acute Infection of Unknown Origin By Ilr. S.I.. Andeliiiiin Motuinucleosis. the "kissing is an acute infeclion of unknown cause and well- known symptoms. its svmptoms nf fcuT. sore throat, extreme tiredness and enlarged lymph nodes occurs in almost all parts of the world, primarily affeeliiiK people between the of 19 and Sa. -Mo.sl physicians mononncleosis is caused by a virus, although its official cause is still unknown, liecent studies using electron micros- Dr. S. I. Andelmon ijisease. as well as isolated cases, do not occur llrpalilis In addition to the early symptoms, most patients with mono develop hepatitis, or liver involvement. and an increase in Ihe number of while blood cells known as lymphocytes. The heart may also become involved, causinj; a rapid pulse and irregular have revealed liny par- heartbeat. Patients with niononucleosis also have a concentration of a special antibody that will destroy the rod blood cells of resembling viruses in the I and bone marrow of pa- with proved mono >osis. Kpidemics of iht sheep. The exact concentration of this antibody can be deter- mined and used io diagnose Ihe disease. Outlook liooil liilorlmiately. treaimenl I'm monoiutcloosis is somewhat limited. Bod resl is probably the most beneficial therapy Aspirin or other pain medica- tion, alons with throat sprays, ill make the patient more omforlable. Steroid drugs are ometimes useful in severe ases. Huplure of the spleen, i Inch mav occur in severe cases, requires emergency surgery. The oullook for this disease is (inite The lover usually disappears within 10 days. of Die and lymph nodes is usually gone in four weeks. But some cases of niononucleosis may last for two to throe mouths. Death from mononucleosis isn't common bin can occur after Ihe spleen ruptures. The "kissiiif! disease" is not to be taken lightly. Your best het is sjood medical care. Say Student First To See Tiny Portrait Colo il'l'l) _ imljiirul economies inujur who received a "It" in an art course is credited with ilisemerim; it of Romish master .Ian van painted as a roficeiioii I'riini a Itrian Kuslis of ttiniiclka. 111., look an art history class as an elective, discovered lho self-portrait while viewing slides in class al Colorado college. Holier! Morris. KoMis' irnctor who confirmed Ihe finding, said Ihe freshman made Ihe discovery lasl November and officials delayed aiiiioimoini; it until cv perls .studied the ormitial and ecmfirmcd Hie Murns said the pearl, in which Ihe self-portrai! was lld'iisiircd llli'eo- (inarlers of an inch in diameter in the painting. now adorning the altaniicee of Ihe Cathedral of SI. llavon in Bel- gium. lie said Ihe pearl eoiilaiiiiiiK the portrait was enlarged lo show Ihe head, shoulders, upper torso and upraised arm of Ihe painter, together with lifflll from a window Ins shoulder. The self-portrait was painted as a reflection from a pearl in the crown of (loll Nolrd fur Detail Van Kyck was noted for meticulous detail and included self-portraits in al least I wo other known works They are "Ciovunni Arnolfini and His Bride" and of Canon (Iconic van der I'aele with Sis. Dona- lion and (ieor.ue" Check today's classified ad! I f H a" M i I 871 II A.M. TO P.M. SAT. LOCATIONS JUST A FEW SAMPLES BARGAINS AT THE BOX CAR WESTINGHOUSE 11 FT. UPRIGHT WESTINGHOUSE 13 CU. FT. 2 DOOR Between 6th 7th Avenues 19th Street WESTINGHOUSE FILTER-CLEAN DISHWASHER WESTINGHOUSE 1 6 LB. WESTINGHOUSE DELUXE ELECTRIC All Weather 4 Ply Whitewall WESTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONERS LOW AS WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC 75x14- 75x15 OTHER MODELS EQUALLY PRICED plus FET from 2.16 TO 2.32 each Also Blemished Radial Tires and other types and sues
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