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A type 2 genital herpes doesn't lead to a genital wart, so it is not treated with a cone biopsy. They also offer a level of antibody cross protection, thus, cell-mediated immune responses are vital in determining virulence. One of two distinct linear double-stranded viruses, HSV-II causes most of intimate area outbreak symptoms and shares about 50% of homogenous genetic composition with HSV-I yielding related expressed type-common surface antigens. A type 2 genital herpes doesn't lead to a genital wart, so it is not treated with a cone biopsy.

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2 Genital Herpes

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Genital Wart, Cone Biopsy

The virus is active during replication and resides in its generated lesions introducing transmission through direct contact or asymptomatic viral shedding on the skin. Infection about the sex organs is typically acquired through sexual contact and more usually from HSV-II (90%), although HSV-I causes about 10%. A type 2 genital herpes doesn't lead to a genital wart, so it is not treated with a cone biopsy.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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