On any of the exposed surfaces of the genitalia.
[L. prefix pro-, before, in front of, + genitalis, pertaining to the reproductive organs, fr. gigno, to bear]
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Herpes progenitalis is the most common cause of genital ulcer in developed and most parts of developing world.
For herpes progenitalis ulcer smear and IgM HSV-2 ELISA; for donovanosis tissue smears; and for chancroid smear and culture using two medium i.
Pharmacokinetics of orally administered acyclovir in patients with herpes progenitalis.
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Herpes progenitalis is the most common genital ulcer as reported by various European studies.