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Male Genital Herpes


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Female Genital Herpes


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Herpes on Face


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Herpes on Body


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Herpes Virus Diagrams


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Herpes of the Mouth


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Feline Herpes


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Orofacial herpes1118 viewsOrofacial herpes simplex virus is the medical name for herpes simplex infection of the mouth and face, also known as cold sores or fever blisters. These are common, contagious sores that usually occur on the inner and outer lips but can also be spread to the fingers and other body parts. There are 2 major strains of herpes simplex virus (HSV): herpes simplex type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). In general, cold sores and fever blisters are caused by HSV-1, and genital herpes is caused by
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Herpes Labialis (cold Sores)771 viewsHerpes can also be transferred from the mouth to other parts of the body simply by touching the blister with the fingers and then touching other areas. When the virus is transfered to the eye, ocular herpes may result. Occular herpes can be very painful and dangerous. When a herpes blister forms on the fingers or the hand, the lesion is called a herpes whitlow
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Herpes around the eye810 viewsThe herpes virus can cause a rash anywhere on the skin - not just in the mouth or genital area. This picture shows a herpes infection around the eye. Note the vesicles around the eyelid and ulcerations on the eyelid.
genital herpes1895 viewsUntil AIDS appeared, genital herpes was the most common sexually transmitted disease in the country. Despite popular hysteria, the medical community has always considered genital herpes to be more of a discomfort rather than a dangerous or life-threatening situation.
Genital Herpes1462 viewsGenital herpes sores are clear, fluid-filled blisters that develop in an area of redness. The herpes virus is active, and transmission is likely.

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Herpes Complications1334 viewsHerpes is a viral problem and you can get it on different areas of your body. Oral herpes affects your mouth and face area, which is most common. But you can also get it in your genital area. The best way to get herpes is by direct contact, therefore, keeping some distance between you and an infected person is the best protection. Another good protection is good hygieneJul 12, 2009
Herpes Labialis diagram3468 viewsHerpes (from the Greek word "to creep") is caused by the Herpes Simplex virus, a tiny mysterious organism. The virus enters the body through the skin and mucous membranes of the mouth and genitals, and travels along the nerve endings to the base of the s pine where it stays. There are two types of Herpes Simplex viruses. Type I is characterized by cold sores or fever blisters on the lips, face, and mouth. Type II usually causes genital sores. While Type I is usually found above the waist and Type II b elow.Jul 12, 2009
Herpes diagram2124 viewsCold sores are usually caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV)-Type 1, which is transmitted by such forms of contact as kissing an infected person or sharing eating utensils, towels, or razors. Genital herpes is usually caused by herpes simplex virus Type 2. A person with a cold sore who performs oral sex on another person can give that person genital lesions with HSV-1. Jul 12, 2009
Herpes on the finger1307 viewsThe finger is actually a common place to get a herpes infection, common enough to have its own name - herpetic whitlow. This picture shows the early vesicular stage of the infection. Because the skin on the fingers is thicker, the vesicles aren't as fragile and may not ulcerate quickly.Jul 12, 2009
Herpes on the Body1100 viewsHerpes zoster is an acute, localized infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chicken pox. After a chicken pox infection, the virus remains in some of the body’s nerve cells where it lies dormant (inactive) until reactivated. The reactivated virus travels along nerve fibers towards the skin, multiplies and causes a painful, blistering rash. Herpes zoster is also known as shingles. In some cases, a painful condition, post-herpetic neuralgia (persistent pain), persists after Jul 12, 2009
Herpes Labialis5611 viewsHSV is transmitted by close skin to skin contact with someone who has the infection. This usually occurs during vaginal, anal or oral intercourse. However, transmission can also occur if there is skin to skin contact without penetrative sex. Transmission of herpes may also occur through asymptomatic shedding. This is where someone infected with herpes sheds the virus from the skin without any visible signs of herpes. Similarly, transmission may occur when people are unaware they are infected with HSV becausJul 12, 2009
Herpes on the Lip1510 viewsJul 12, 2009
Herpes on the mouth1088 viewsJul 12, 2009