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Test for herpes may require a cone biopsy especially if oral sex was performed on a partner with genital herpes. Repeated outbreaks is a peculiar feature of the condition, so many people are aware of the signs and do not need a diagnosis made in a lab. However, some signs may be similar to those caused by the conditions other than this one and should require testing. Test for herpes may require a cone biopsy especially if oral sex was performed on a partner with genital herpes.

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Cone Biopsy, Genital Herpes

Viral culture of the virus is usually performed to make the diagnosis. A scraping from the lesion is usually done and analyzed in a lab with results being ready within 16 hours to 7 days. Mouth lesion biopsy and other ways of determining the condition are also used. Test for herpes may require a cone biopsy especially if oral sex was performed on a partner with genital herpes.

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

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