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May 1995

RECURRENT ZOSTER

Author Affiliations

Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Skin, St. Louis Medical College; Consultant to the St. Louis City, Female, and Smallpox Hospitals; Member of the American Dermatological Association.

Arch Dermatol. 1995;131(5):627. doi:10.1001/archderm.1995.01690170131034
Abstract

It has long been known that zoster, in the vast majority of instances, occurs once only in the lifetime of the individual.

Exceptions to this law have, however, from time to time been noted. It is my intention in this paper to give a brief notice of as many of these as I have been able after a diligent search to gather, to classify them according to what seemed the most natural method, and in this way possibly to facilitate a better understanding of their aetiology and pathology.

J Cutan Genito-Urin Dis.

May 1895;13:191-202.

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