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Viral Infections

  • A. Mindel
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Abstract

A large number of viral infections may be sexually transmitted in homosexual men. These include hepatitis A, hepatitis B, warts and human immunodeficiency virus infection, all of which are considered elsewhere in this book, as well as genital herpes, cytomegalovirus infection, and molluscum contagiosum, which will be considered in this chapter.

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Herpes Simplex Virus Herpes Zoster Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome Genital Herpes Cytomegalovirus Infection 
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