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Pace also accused Kelly of beating her, choking her, sexually assaulting her and knowingly giving her herpes — a claim prosecutors later backed by calling Kelly’s personal physician to discuss his patient’s history of treatment for herpes.
Enveloped viruses such as coronaviruses and herpes viruses encode a structure on their surface that each virus uses to gain entry into a cell.
Once infected with a herpes virus, you are infected for life.
Add having herpes to the mix, and things can get even more complicated.
Shame, fear, confusion, and assumptions about herpes is due to misinformation and a general lack of knowledge.
Macaques, a popular exotic pet, carries Herpes B, which has a 70 percent mortality rate on humans, Leahy said.
Herpes virus, adenovirus and many others have been studied against a wide variety of cancers; many trials are ongoing.
Herpes facialis is often observed in association with colds and febrile and lung diseases.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Shingles, shing′glz, n. popular name for the disease Herpes zoster.
Herpes of the lips sometimes occurs in the commencement of the disease.
Herpes consists of gregarious spreading excoriations, which are succeeded by branny scales or scabs.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
Herpes has been described in connection with both adult and infantile scurvy.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess
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Other words from herpesher•pet′ic (hər-pĕt′ĭk) adj.
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A group of related diseases and the viruses that cause them. These diseases are marked by the development of blisterlike sores on the skin or mucous membranes of the body. The herpes virus may invade the mouth region, producing fever blisters or cold sores, or may cause a sexually transmitted disease in which the painful sores appear on the genitals. Chicken pox is another disease caused by a herpes virus.