Erythematous, erythemato-papular; exceptionally, herpetic, and pigmentary.
On the left chest an herpetic eruption of the size of a dollar, and on the mamma a hard tumor of the size of a fist.
herpetic tonsillitis, often a deuteropathic variety, seems sometimes of nervous origin exclusively.
Several crops of herpetic vesicles also developed over the distribution of the radial nerve in the hand.
herpetic eruptions about the mouth or nostrils were observed in 20 out of 181 of our cases in which this point is noted.
The heart had been attacked for some time past; a herpetic affection threatened to complicate the state of affairs.
Winking habits follow an herpetic involvement of the superior branch of the fifth nerve.
Another application for herpetic eruptions is the juice of the leaves mixed with an equal quantity of lemon juice.
Feron also calls Bretonneau's mild form of the disease a herpetic angina with pseudo-membrane; so does Gubler.