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Master Thesis

Herpès de la muqueuse orale

Abstract : Herpes is a contagious infectious mucocutaneous disease that is spread worldwide. About a hundred viruses of the Herpesviridae family exist, eight of which are pathogenic for humans, but typically HSV1 infects the oral cavity and HSV2 the genital mucous membranes. HSV1 manifests itself as a primary infection then persists in a latent manner to reactivate via various stimuli and give rise to endogenous reinfection called recurrence or even “cold sores”. Usually prescribed topical and oral anti-virals are generally clinically effective if taken as early as possible, as soon as the symptoms appear. However, they are only relatively effective on recurrences. This is why a lot of research work has been done to find new treatments to improve the diagnosis and management of patients infected with this virus.
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Laura Tamisier. Herpès de la muqueuse orale. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03364504⟩



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