Immunological Aspects Of Chronic Rectifiing Herpestic Stomatitis

J.A. Rizaev, B.S .Azizov, F.F. Shokirova, A.F. Nuritdinov


Annotation. Modern views on the pathogenesis of chronic recurrent herpetic stomatitis are considered. It has been demonstrated that pathology can be characterized as a chronic multifactorial recurrent process with signs of combined secondary immunodeficiency with damage to the T and B components of immunity, suppression of the functional activity of NK cells and monocyte and macrophage cells, as well as damage to immunoregulatory changes in the immune system. In any of these cases, the herpes simplex virus has a chance to survive, mutate and, finally, be hidden.

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