A common feature of infectious mononucleosis is palatal petechiae. Autoimmune haemolytic anaemia occurs less commonly. Common features of infectious mononucleosis include: headache, fever, sore throat, palatal petechiae, tender cervical lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, and hepatitis. Eosinophilia is usually suggestive of an underlying parasitic infection and is most frequently seen in helminthic infections. Griseofulvin is indicated for the treatment of dermatophyte infections affecting the skin, hair, and nails where topical treatment has failed. It is ineffective in treating yeast infections such as Candida. Seroconversion occurs shortly after infection and produces an acute febrile illness resembling infectious mononucleosis or influenza. Infection is by inhalation and occurs usually during infancy, with reactivation following debility, example, severe malnutrition in childhood and HIV in adults.