publication . Article . 1938

BILATERAL HERPES ZOSTER

Singh K; Bajaj A; Dwivedi N; Merchery A;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 1938 Journal: Archives of Dermatology, volume 38, page 436 (issn: 0003-987X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Medical Association (AMA)
Abstract
The scarcity of recorded cases of bilateral herpes zoster lends interest to the following case: REPORT OF CASE The patient, a man aged 36, a hotel clerk became suddenly ill, with dizziness, fever, vomiting and severe headache, for which he was confined to bed. One week later an eruption appeared in the right supraorbital region, and this was followed in three days by involvement of the left ilioinguinal area. When he entered the Cook County Hospital a few days later, the lesions were typical groups of vesicles on inflamed bases and arranged segmentally, each group stopping at the midline. Throughout the eruptive stage the patient was comfortable; and, as usual i...
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free text keywords: Dermatology, General Medicine, Severe headache, Disease, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Surgery, Vomiting, medicine.symptom, business.industry, business, Malaise, Burning Pain, Pathology, Localized pain, Dorsum, Herpes Zoster, Diabetes mellitus, RL1-803
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publication . Article . 1938

BILATERAL HERPES ZOSTER

Singh K; Bajaj A; Dwivedi N; Merchery A;