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Die Herpes-Virus-Krankheit A und die Herpes-Virus-Krankheit B

  • Karla Weisse
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Zusammenfassung

Unter einer „Herpes-simplex-Infektion“ versteht man den spontanen wie experimentellen Befall eines Wirtsorganismus mit dem spezifischen, wohldefinierten „Herpes-simplex-Virus“. Die Folgen davon sind latent* oder manifeste* Krankheitsformen mit ganz unterschiedlichen klinischen Bildern, deren ätiologische Zusammengehörigkeit erst in den letzten Jahrzehnten erkannt wurde.

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