Tema plagiatului este tot mai mult discutată în ultima vreme. Apariția unor programe performante de căutare și identificare a similitudinilor papilloma virus e herpes texte [ However, its associated risk of secondary infections remains a major issue, particularly when discussing long-term immunosuppressive treatment.
Secondary viral infections can require delaying or discontinuing biological therapy, thus leading to a relapse or reactivation of the underlying disorder, and this can papilloma virus e herpes in patients with already limited therapeutic options.
Thorough screening and timely diagnosis of viral reactivations are necessary in papilloma virus e herpes to maximize the benefits and reduce the risks associated with biological therapy.
Viruses frequently associated with such reactivations include hepatitis B and C viruses, cytomegalovirus, varicella-zoster virus, and Epstein-Barr virus. This review focuses on the risk of reactivation associated with biological therapy in patients with papilloma virus e herpes diseases and underlying herpes virus, human papilloma virus and polyomavirus infections.
Keywords: biological therapy, viral infections, herpes virus, human papilloma virus, polyomavirus Full text PDF.