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Wirus herpes

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We review here infections of both peripheral and central nervous system caused by herpes viruses. To the most important entities one should classify: herpetic encephalitides caused by Herpes simplex virus type I and II, encephalitides caused by varicella-zoster virus, encephalitis in the course of infectious mononucleosis (the Epstein- Barr virus) and encephalitides caused by cytomegalia wirus and herpes B virus. In particular, we covered herpes viruses infections as complications of AIDS.
W pracy omówiono zakażenia ośrodkowego i obwodowego układu nerwowego wywołane przez herpeswirusy. Do najważniejszych jednostek chorobowych należą: opryszczkowe zapalenie mózgu wywołane przez Herpes simplex virus typu 1. i 2., zapalenia mózgu wywołane przez wirus ospy wietrznej - półpaśca, półpasiec, zapalenie mózgu w przebiegu mononukleozy zapalnej, neuralgia postherpetyczna oraz zapalenia mózgu wywołane wirusem herpes typu B i cytomegalii. Zwrócono szczególną uwagę na herpesowe zapalenie mózgu w przebiegu AIDS.
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  • Zakład Diagnostyki Wirusologicznej Katedry Biologii Molekularnej, Biochemii i Biofarmacji Śląskiej Akademii Medycznej
  • Zakład Diagnostyki Wirusologicznej Katedry Biologii Molekularnej, Biochemii i Biofarmacji Śląskiej Akademii Medycznej
  • Zakład Diagnostyki Wirusologicznej Katedry Biologii Molekularnej, Biochemii i Biofarmacji Śląskiej Akademii Medycznej
  • Zakład Patologii Molekularnej Neuropatologii Katedry Onkologii Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Łodzi
  • Zakład Patologii Molekularnej i Neuropatologii Katedry Onkologii UMŁ, ul. Czechosłowacka 8/10, 92-216 Łódź
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