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HSV is neurotropic, meaning:

It’s transported via nerves to sensory ganglia

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Primary herpes lesions description:

Vesicles -> shallow ulcers -> coalescing into large ulcers

3

Key in diagnosing primary herpes

Tzanck cells

4

Two forms of recurrent herpes

Recurrent herpes labialis
Recurrent intraoral herpes

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Recurrent intraoral herpes is found where

Mucosa on periosteum

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What does herpes in immunocompromised patients look like

Large shallow ulcers with elevated, scalloped borders

7

Herpetic whitlow

Herpes on fingers

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Herpangina is caused by:

Coxsackievirus A/B or Echovirus

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3 symptoms of herpangina

Sore throat
Fever
2-4mm oral ulcers on tonsillar pillars

10

Hand foot mouth lesion characteristics

Shallow ulcers
Skin lesions 1-3mm red macula with central vesicles

11

1st big treatment for AIDS

HAART

12

Patient’s neck lymph nodes have been sticking out for a while

Persistent lymphadenopathy

13

Skin infection caused by poxvirus, many small lesions

Molluscum contagiosum

14

Non-removable white plaques of lateral tongue, vertical parallel lines

Oral Hairy Leukoplakia

15

Venereal wart

Condylomata acuminatum

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Sharply demarcated, slightly raised plaques, candle wax on skin

Seborrheic keratosis

17

Morgan freeman lesions

Dermatosis papulosa nigra

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Mini ears of grease

Sebaceous hyperplasia

19

Many papules with punctuate red center

Nicotine stomatitis