|SYNO ||herpes zoster | shingles | zoster|
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- Chickenpox is a highly contagious illness caused by primary infection with varicella zoster virus.
- The drug inhibits replication of varicella zoster virus (VZV) – which causes herpes zoster – and herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), but not HSV-2 which typically causes genital herpes.
- The geniculate ganglion may become inflamed due to viral infection by herpes zoster virus.
- varicella zoster virus, which causes both chickenpox and herpes zoster commonly shingles), often cause either pain, rash or both in a pattern defined by a dermatome (a zosteriform pattern).
- The nerve pain of PHN is thought to result from damage in a peripheral nerve that was affected by the reactivation of the varicella zoster virus or troubles after chemotherapy.
- SHINGRIX is a licensed recombinant subunit vaccine for protection against Herpes Zoster, whose risk of developing increases with decline of varicella zoster virus (VZV) specific immunity.
- Amenamevir (trade name Amenalief) is an antiviral drug used for the treatment of shingles (herpes zoster).
- "Hemitaurichthys zoster" was first formally described as "Chaetodon zoster" in 1831 by the English zoologist Edward Turner Bennett (1797–1837) with the type locality given as Mauritius.
- The introduction of DNA analysis techniques has shown some complications of varicella-zoster to be more common than previously thought.
- VZV (varicella zoster virus) globulin or VZV antibodies is an immune system medication that is used mostly for immunosuppressed patients who have been or may be exposed to the varicella zoster virus.
- A zoster ([...] , "zōstēr") was a form of girdle or belt worn by men and perhaps later by women in ancient Greece, from the Archaic period (c.
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