We present a case of herpes simplex virus-1 encephalitis HSVE and discuss the difficulty of early diagnosis and the possibility of a wrong or delayed diagnosis and treatment of this encephalitis. We show the importance of considering HSVE to pursue every case of suspicious medical liability. However, it is the commonest infectious cause of sporadic encephalitis. HSVE has a bimodal age distribution, with peak incidences in children less than 3 years old and those aged 50 years or more. Most cases occur in subjects older than 50 years of both sexes.
A Case of Herpes Simplex Virus-1 Encephalitis from a Medicolegal Point of View
A Case of Herpes Simplex Virus - Type 1 and Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Sneha Parikh
Shingles is a painful disease that is caused by the same virus that causes the chicken pox. The shingles virus affects about 1 million people per year in the United States alone. Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, occurs in people who have already had chickenpox when they were younger. Shingles causes a painful skin rash that usually appears in a band, strip or a small area on one side of the face or body.
Hesi Case Study – Idiopathic Scoliosis
A year-old white man in otherwise excellent general health was referred for a painful, progressive, facial eruption with associated fever, malaise, and cervicofacial lymphadenopathy. The patient reported that a vesicular eruption progressed from the left side of his face to also involve the right side of his face over the 48 hours preceding his clinic visit. He also reported some lesions in his throat and the back of his mouth causing pain and difficulty swallowing.
Sneha V. Parikh finds the simillimum for a case of a case of herpes simplex virus — type 1and generalized anxiety disorder. Shah, 32 year old unmarried female, had complaints of recurrent mouth blisters, more on the inner side of lower lip and cheeks.