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Gürtelrose

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<p>Herpes Zoster</p>

Herpes Zoster

Herpes Zoster ist vielen Menschen als Gürtelrose bekannt. Er betrifft vor allem ältere Menschen und Personen mit einem geschwächtem Immunsystem.

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Quellen

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