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Herpes Simplex Virus: Widespread Cutaneous Infection Associated with Cutaneous Immunocompromise

Widespread HSV cutaneous infection in underlying dermatoses occurs most commonly in atopic dermatitis (eczema herpeticum) and is characterized by widespread vesicles and erosions; it may occur as a primary or recurrent infection.


Causes:

See Herpes Simplex Virus Infection.

Symptoms:

* genital lesions (female) -- may be preceded by burning or tingling sensation
* genital lesions (male) -- may be preceded by burning or tingling sensation
* blisters or ulcers -- most frequent on the mouth, lips and gums or genitalia
* enlargement of lymph nodes in the neck or groin
* fever blisters
* fever -- may be present especially during the first episode
* mouth sores

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