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Herpes simplex virus pneumonia

Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection often occurs in the upper respiratory tract and rarely in the lower respiratory tract. Herpes simplex virus pneumonia can be seen in immunocompromised patients, alcoholism patients and burn patients. Most patients are adults; It can be used as a complication of extensive herpes simplex virus infection in infants and young children.


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