Essential Clinical Features
The diseases caused by this virus may be separated into two major types: (1) Primary infections that occur in individuals who do not possess neutralizing antibody in their bloodstream. (2) Recurrent infections that occur in individuals previously exposed to the virus and who possess antibodies against it.
KeywordsHerpes Simplex Atopic Dermatitis Primary Infection Pseudorabies Virus Rabies Virus Infection
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