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Khazhimatova Guzal Marufzhanovna


Today, it is generally accepted that the herpes simplex virus can affect various organs, and its significance in carcinogenesis and secondary infertility has been proven. Increasingly, there are reports about the role of the virus in the pathology of the liver, brain, prostate, diseases of other systems.

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Khazhimatova Guzal Marufzhanovna. (2023). DIAGNOSIS OF HERPES VIRUS INFECTION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(4), 876–879. Retrieved from https://giirj.com/index.php/giirj/article/view/5068


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