Genital Herpes Simplex Infection
This unique reference provides concise, single-source coverage of the clinical, research, and therapeutic aspects of dermatological problems associated with bacteria, fungi, and viruses.Introduces many novel antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral agents!Highlighting the molecular biology as well as risk - benefit ratios of new diagnostic and treatment modalities, Cutaneous Infection and Therapyevaluates the role of antimicrobial soaps in personal hygiene and research on preoperative skin preparation and infection ratesdiscusses reasons for the reduced risk of infection using occlusive wound dressingsexplains the epidemiology, presentation, pathophysiology, and treatment of athlete's foot and fungal diseases of the scalppresents new oral antifungals for the treatment of onychomycosisexamines the advantages and disadvantages of preparations to treat superficial fungal infectionsaddresses oral candidiasis in HIV infection and the resistance to antifungal therapy in AIDS patientsreviews the patterns of candidiasis in children and current approaches to antifungal therapycovers the epidemiology, implications, and management of herpes in pregnant women and newbornsand much more!
Reitano, M. V., Stern, J. O., & Ebel, C. (1997). Genital Herpes Simplex Infection. In R. Aly, K. R. Beutner, & H. Maibach (Eds.), Cutaneous Infection and Therapy Marcel Dekker, Ltd - Taylor & Francis.