Herpesvirus infections in childhood: Diagnostic dilemmas and therapy

Academic Article

Abstract

  • Herpesvirus infections of childhood pose unique challenges for the clinician. In large part these challenges are the consequence of the propensity of these ubiquitous organisms to cause a wide spectrum of disease-from totally asymptomatic to life-threatening illness-and to become latent and recur periodically throughout life. © 1982 by the Williams & Wilkins Co.
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    Author List

  • Whitley RJ; Alford CA
  • Start Page

  • 81
  • End Page

  • 84
  • Volume

  • 1
  • Issue

  • 2