Moreover, recurrent aphthae is often erroneously confused with herpessimplexinfection and it may have clinical and histological aspects in common with Behcet's, Stevens-Johnson … simplexinfection. … […] causes, most commonly aphthous stomatitis, but rarely Behçet's disease, erythema multiforme, ulceration associated with gastrointestinal disease, and recurrent intra-oral herpes
A herpessimplexinfection can cause eczema herpeticum, a watery, blistery, itchy area of skin. … Impetigo usually appears in areas where there is a break in the skin, such as a wound, herpessimplexinfection, or maceration associated with angular cheilitis ( Figure 4
simplexinfection around the mouth. these lesions have a variable recurrence rate and may be associated with respiratory infections. their occurence may be also related to … […] infection, HSV may persist in a latent state in the trigeminal ganglion it may later reactivate as the more common herpes labialis, or "cold sores." (1) these are recurrent herpes … Herpessimplexinfection is self-limiting condition.
Herpessimplexinfection can also affect other areas of the body. … For example, a herpessimplexinfection that develops on a finger is commonly called a whitlow. … See separate leaflet called Cold Sores for details about herpessimplexinfection around the mouth .