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Things herpes often describes (“herpes ________”)
zoster, virus, simplex, infection, type, viruses, infections, outbreak, iris, family, encephalitis, labial, lesion, vaccine, labialis, progenitalis, cornea, activity, group, gestationis, attack, culture, drugs, genitalis, agent, ophthalmicus, compounds, eruption, protein, lesions, keratitis, corneae, facialis, gene, diagnosis, htlv, outbreaks, circinatus, agents, tonsurans, antibodies, immunity, exposure, definition, drug, vector, simiae, virion, antibody, genital, recurrence, vesicle, blister, genitalia, kinase, sore, phlyctenodes, oticus, antigens, particle, neuralgia, reagent, genome, terminology, synonyms, serum, itching, synonym

How herpes often is described (“________ herpes”)
genital, recurrent, neonatal, primary, oral, acute, disseminated, latent, human, ocular, chronic, mucocutaneous, active, resistant, cutaneous, labial, experimental, severe, ophthalmic, perianal, defective, maternal, facial, congenital, generalized, epithelial, intraoral, initial, symptomatic, secondary, intrauterine, fatal, systemic, irradiated, competent, proved, corneal, cervical, stromal, venereal, superficial, oncolytic, orolabial, persistent, asymptomatic, infectious, viral, untreated, traumatic, geniculate, uncomplicated, orofacial, mutant, ulcerative, attenuated, anorectal, trigeminal, inactivated, perinatal, proven, febrile, vaginal, equine, anogenital, deficient, mediated, lethal, anal, associated, widespread, multimutated, novel, dermatomal, prior, painful, cytosolic, multidermatomal, nonprimary, induced, bilateral, live


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See herpes used in context: 9 poetry verses, 33 definitions

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