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Question A female patient with lesion on the lip

An otherwise healthy female patient with following recurrent lesion on the lip has come to the clinic.



Which statement is not correct?

A) This is a viral infection casued by HSV-1.
B) The sores typically recur in the same area of the mouth or face at the site of the original infection.
C) The reactivation may be associated with menstruation.
D) Touching the lesion does not transfer the infection to other parts of body.
E) The sore is the result of the virus's reactivating in the body.
F) Docosanol is a topical drug approved by FDA for treating the sores.

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B) The sores typically recur in the same area of the mouth or face at the site of the original infection.
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