HSV – Clinical Presentation – Part 1

HSV 1 and 2 transmission occurs through direct contact with mucocutaneous vesicular lesions. Oral herpes can be primary infection causing gingivostomatitis in children / pharyngitis in adults, or recurrent infection causing herpes labialis (cold sores). For more videos, visit – https://www.macrophage.co. Subscribe – https://goo.gl/EMRlRa. Support […]

Vesicles Of Herpes Labialis

These vesicles are present at corners of mouth where most common lesion is angular stomatitis, but on closer view you will see that these are vesicles of herpes.

Stages Of Herpes Labialis

Herpes Labialis is caused by Herpes Simplex I and II it has 8 stages 1. latent stage 2. Prodromal day 3. Inflammation Day 4. Presore day 5. Open lesion 6. Crusting day 7. Healing Day 8. Post Scab Day treatment includes antivirals like acyclovir, local […]