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  1. clinical presentation of an initial HSV infection from HSV1 (oral) or HSV2 (genital) that can appear as multiple ulcerations on both keratinizing and gland bearing mucosa
    acute primary herpetic gingivostomatitis
  2. baldness
  3. an area of balness on the head cuased by pulling out the hair at the roots
    traumatic alopecia
  4. ill health, malnutrition, wasting (emaciating)
  5. multiple papillary or focal sessile-based lesions caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV6 or HPV11)
    condyloma acuminatum
  6. identify a disease by comparing the symptoms of two or more diseases that are similar
    differential diagnosis
  7. discoloration of the skin that is blue-black with irregularly formed hemorrhagic areas. color changes with time to yellow or greenish-brown
  8. swelling
  9. pertaining to or used in legal proceedings
  10. hemorrhages on the skin caused by abnormal decrease in the number of blood platelets with unknown etiology
    idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura
  11. marriage partners, partners living together, dating relationships and former spouses, partners, boyfriend/girlfriends
    intimate relationship
  12. area of skin that has thickened and hardened from continuous irritation
  13. bilateral periorbital ecchymosis, which can occur as a result of a basilar skill fracture
    raccoon sign
  14. a method of photography to record bit marks; the use of a metric scale placed directly above or below the injury to indicate scale; use the grid photographic film
    scale photgraphy
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