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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Pityriasis Rosea and HHV-6


This study provides further evidence for HHV-6 and HHV-7 as etiological factors inpityriasis rosea, and detecting HHV-7 DNA in biopsy specimens from skin lesions isrecommended.

Pityriasis rosea

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Pityriasis rosea (also known as pityriasis rosea Gibert[1]) is a skin rash. It is benign but may inflict substantial discomfort in certain cases.[2] Classically, it begins with a single "herald patch" lesion, followed in 1 or 2 weeks by a generalized body rash lasting up to 12 weeks, however usually around 6 - 8.[3][4][5]

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