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[10 min watch] Human monkeypox: what do we know?
What are the clinical symptoms of human monkeypox? In this short video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo explores his latest research with colleagues into the clinical signs of the monkeypox virus, including the cutaneous manifestations.
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Monkeypox is a viral infection that causes a rash. It is spread by skin-to-skin contact.
Dr Piccolo and colleagues recently published a paper on the symptoms of human monkeypox, and in this video he explains the findings with real patient case studies and photos.
The virus manifests with a rash or papules on the skin, fever, flu-like symptoms. Dr Piccolo explains where the virus has been detected in recent months and the typical patient group it is seen in.
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