Neyko Valentinov Neykov

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Herpes zoster (shingles, zona) is a viral infection commonly affliccting the skin and the nervous system with an overall occurring rate of 3 to 5 cases per 1000 persons per year, with higher rates in middle or later life. With the advancement of medicine, more and more case reports have started to emerge showing different incidences of VZV, some new(More)
Evidence-based medicine is a paradigm shift in the biomedical field toward scientific-based clinical practice. It is recognized as the process of acquiring and applying into practice the best available research findings in a defined filed. Although the roots of evidenced-based medicine date back more than 150 years, the modern evidenced-based medicine(More)
Orofacial herpes simplex virus infections are usually caused by herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1), and HSV-2 infections have been accepted as a sexually transmitted disease. HSV establishes a latent infection in the dorsal root ganglia of the host and remains there for the rest of life. HSV affects mainly skin and genitalia, although in immunocompromised(More)
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