Occasional outbreaks of small blisters on the face or mouth caused by a treatable but not curable infection from herpes simplex virus. Causes include sharing cups or eating utensils, kissing, or oral sex. Up to 80% of adults in the United States are infected, though only a minority ever get symptoms.
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What is Symcat?
A disease calculator that uses hundreds of thousands of
patient records to estimate probability of disease. You
may have heard of Watson by IBM, which illustrates a trend of
computing and predictive analytics in
healthcare. We strive to empower people and medical professionals
by placing the state-of-the-art in
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