Herpes labialis. Definition

Called cold to the eruption of vesicles more or less numerous and grouped on an area of skin or mucosa.

Cold sores or facial herpes, which is located preferably on the lips or in its immediate surroundings, usually appears during febrile infectious diseases (pneumonia, pneumonia, etc..) And also in digestive disorders (dyspepsia). Vesicles filled with serous liquid, tend to coalesce with each other. and allowed to dry forming a series of yellowish scabs usually fall without scarring.

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