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Herpes simplex

Herpes simplex

(Science: virology) The herpes simplex virus is responsible for several different infections in humans: gingivostomatitis (in children), pharyngitis, oral and lip lesions (recurrent herpes simplex type 1), proctitis, (type 2) and genital herpes (type 2).


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