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A case of primary inoculation of a dental student's fingers with herpes simplex virus has been reported. The infection in this case resulted from exposure to a patient with recurrent herpes labialis. The need for recognizing this hazard in dental practice has been discussed and the criteria for the diagnosis have been defined.
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