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This V-Learning™ lecture talks about the detailed mechanism through which progression of herpes simplex viral infection takes place. Likewise, variety of infections such as encephalitis, herpetic whitlow, meningitis, HSV proctitis, and herpes gladiatorum are conversed about.
Lecture Duration: 00:40:37
Released: August 2019
Herpes simplex is a viral infection caused by the HSV-1 and HSV-2. While talking about the etiology, information about primary infection and recurrence is also delivered.
Then the mechanism of human immunodeficiency virus-1 replication leading to HIV-1 transmission and disease progression is discussed under the heading of pathogenesis of herpes simplex viral infection.
The clinical variety of herpes infection highlights encephalitis, herpetic whitlow, conjunctivitis, meningitis, and retinitis or retinal inflammation.
Moreover, oral-facial infection is also delineated in conjunction with primary infection, latent phase, and recurrence. Alongside, anorectal discharge, tenesmus, rectal and perianal infections are the features to be observed in HSV proctitis.
Comments are also given on herpes gladiatorum. Proceeding onward, the radiological imaging of nervous system infected with herpes simplex virus is reported. Later on, detailed explanation is given on clinical diagnosis and laboratory diagnosis.
Qualified doctors at sqadia.com V-Learning™ explains diagnosis of common infectious diseases by physical examination, Laboratory studies including blood test, cultures of wound and serological studies.
High resolution images of culture testing and Histology are used in PowerPoint presentation (ppt) for easy identification of infectious agent.
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