Genital herpes: neurologic complications
The clinical presentation of HSV-2 infection of the CNS in adults is mainly meningitis, but encephalitis, myelitis, and lumbosacral radiculitis can also occur. The viruses perform lytic replication and latency to produce primary and recurrent infections. The most acknowledged and studied route of entry for HSV into the CNS is neuronal.
Mar. 07, 2021