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VZV test

VZV test

VZV test: A VZV (varicella-zoster virus) test is an antibody-based laboratory test used to identify VZV in a human sample or a cultured isolate derived from a human sample (e.g. skin lesion). Human antibodies to VZV may be detected in a blood sample. VZV is the causative agent of chicken pox and a latent form of VZV is the causative agent of shingles, which is a painful skin rash that may progress to long-term pain (post-herpetic neuralgia).

VZV test: Other Names

Other names for VZV test include:

  • Varicella-zoster virus test
  • Herpes zoster test
  • Chicken pox test

Symptoms Associated with VZV test

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Diseases Associated with VZV test

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Basic Information: VZV test

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