Herpes Keratitis

Herpes Keratitis is basically referred to the swelling of the cornea. The cornea is a transparent, dome-shaped cell in front the eye which conceals the pupil as well as the iris. Herpes Keratitis can or might not be linked with any kind of infection. Non-infectious keratitis can be triggered by moderately smaller injury, putting on […]

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Herpes Labialis

An Overview Herpes Labialis is also commonly referred to as oral herpes or cold sores. This is an infection of the mouth as well as the lips triggered primarily by a particular type of virus known as HSV-1 (Herpes Simplex Virus – Type 1). The virus is known to trigger painful sores not only on […]

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