MODERN METHODS OF COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH HERPES SIMPLEX LIPS
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The training manual is devoted to the problem of herpetic infection in dentistry and was developed taking into account world scientific and clinical practice, experience working on clinical recommendations of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, as well as experimental, laboratory and clinical data obtained by the authors. This manual presents materials related to modern ideas about the etiology and pathogenesis of herpetic infection, modern diagnostic methods are highlighted, and current complex treatment algorithms are proposed, and clinical cases are presented. Recommended as a guide for practitioners of various specialties, clinical residents, senior students.

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herpes, herpetic infection in dentistry, etiology and pathogenesis of herpetic infection, methods for diagnosing herpetic infection, algorithms for the complex treatment of herpetic infection
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Mandra Yuliya  — Executive editor
Gileva Ol'ga  — Reviewer
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