Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Use of lysine as a treatment for herpes labialis
  • 01:40    |    
    Bad herpes
  • 02:59    |    
    Erythema multiforme
  • 04:49    |    
    Diagnosis to detect more severe diseases
  • 07:46    |    
    Pospischill-Feyrter disease
  • 10:05    |    
    Varicella-Zoster disease
  • 11:28    |    
    Chickenpox
    • First signs of the disease
    • Description of the progress of the disease
    • Shingles herpes in the United States
    • Oral lesions due to chickenpox
  • 21:09    |    
    Herpes zoster look-alike
    • Herpes zoster shingles
    • Herpes zoster shingles attacks in the United States
    • Steroid's secondary effects on lesions
    • Triggers of herpes zoster
  • 29:40    |    
    Key points to keep in mind about shingles
    • Typical symptoms
    • Can you get seizures if they are severe cases?
    • Duration of the herpes
  • 34:34    |    
    Case review of oral herpes zoster
  • 36:24    |    
    Postherpetic neuralgia
  • 38:27    |    
    Coxsackie virus infections
    • Herpangina
    • Early symptoms of herpangina
    • Lymphonodular pharyngitis
    • Herpangina look-alike
    • Hand-foot-mouth disease
      • A trigger for other diseases
      • Diagnosis
      • Disease in animals
      • Impact on hand and foot
  • 51:14    |    
    Human papillomavirus
    • Human papillomavirus in oral lesions
    • Biopsy samples of human papillomavirus
      • Normal mucosa
      • Verruca vulgaris (common wart)
      • Condyloma acuminatum
      • Heck's disease
      • Smokeless tobacco keratosis, leukoplakia and carcinoma
    • Shape of human papillomavirus
    • Squamous papilloma
    • Comparison between papilloma and wart
    • Papilloma on unkeratinized and keratinized surfaces
    • Example of a squamous carcicoma
    • Diseases associated with papilloma
    • Differentiation between condyloma and papilloma
    • Areas affected in the mouth by condyloma
    • Case review of HPV 16 lesions
    • Case review of Heck's disease
    • Warts in the mouth
    • Keratoacanthoma
  • 01:21:54.5    |    
    Final credits


Oral Mucosal Viral Infections: A Clinical Expedition (Part II)

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On the second part of Jerry Bouquot's presentation, he lectures on oral mucosal viral infections, describing and illustrating diseases such as chickenpox, Heck’s disease, human papillomavirus, Coxsackie virus infections, herpes zoster, shingles and other related viruses. He provides a detail of typical symptoms, early detection signs, look-alikes and current treatments, supported by real life cases to better explain them. Special emphasis is given to human papillomavirus (HPV), and a chart with the results of biopsies to patients with HPV is analyzed. Additionally, he presents a comparison between HPV and other affections, explaining their similarities, differences, severity, risks, and the different ways they are spread.


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