C0019360 - <p>Shingles is a disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus - the same virus that causes <a href='https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/chickenpox.html'>chickenpox</a>. After you have chickenpox, the virus stays in your body. It may not cause problems for many years. As you get older, the virus may reappear as shingles. Although it is most common in people over age 50, anyone who has had chickenpox is at risk.</p> <p>You can't catch shingles from someone who has it. However, if you have a shingles rash, you can pass the virus to someone who has never had chickenpox. This would usually be a child, who could get chickenpox instead of shingles. The virus spreads through direct contact with the rash, and cannot spread through the air.</p> <p>Early signs of shingles include burning or shooting pain and tingling or itching, usually on one side of the body or face. The pain can be mild to severe. Rashes or blisters appear anywhere from one to 14 days later. If shingles appears on your face, it may affect your vision or hearing. The pain of shingles may last for weeks, months, or even years after the blisters have healed. </p> <p>There is no cure for shingles. Early treatment with medicines that fight the virus may help. These medicines may also help prevent lingering pain.</p> <p>A vaccine may prevent shingles or lessen its effects. The vaccine is recommended for people 60 or over. In some cases doctors may give it to people ages 50 to 59.</p> <p >NIH: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases</p> 10/10
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BasqueICPC Basque S70 L1549826preferred S1845735 Y ZOSTER HERPESA
CzechMedical Subject Headings Czech D006562 L6751939preferred S7875661 Y herpes zoster
CzechMedical Subject Headings Czech D006562 L6749416no S7887129 Y pásový opar
CzechMedDRA Czech 10019982 L8023094no S10086369 Y Herpes zoster NOS
CzechMedDRA Czech 10019974 L8023095no S10086383 N Herpes zoster
CzechMedDRA Czech 10019974 L8023095no S10086383 Y Herpes zoster
CzechMedDRA Czech 10067526 L8026551no S10114252 N Pásový opar
CzechMedDRA Czech 10040555 L8026551no S10114252 Y Pásový opar
DanishICPC Danish S70 L1260875preferred S1502821 Y Herpes Zoster
DutchICPC Dutch S70 L1260907preferred S1502853 N Herpes zoster
DutchICPC2E Dutch S70 L1260907preferred S1502853 N Herpes zoster
Dutch(ICD10DUT) ICD10, Dutch Translation B02 L1260907preferred S1502853 N Herpes zoster
DutchMedical Subject Headings Dutch D006562 L1260907preferred S1502853 Y Herpes zoster
DutchMedical Subject Headings Dutch D006562 L2060252no S2398474 Y Gordelroos
DutchMedical Subject Headings Dutch D006562 L2083134no S2421356 Y Zona
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU034684 L3666673no S4349924 Y herpes; zoster
DutchICPC2-ICD10ENG Thesaurus Dutch MTHU083271 L3708527no S4391776 Y zoster; herpes
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10040555 L4978831no S5666336 Y gordelroos
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10019974 L4980462no S5667987 N herpes zoster
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10019974 L4980462no S5667987 Y herpes zoster
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10019982 L4980465no S5667969 Y herpes zoster NAO
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10067526 L6882741no S8015110 Y zona
English(MTH) Metathesaurus Names NOCODE L3547263preferred S4139157 Y Herpes zoster disease
EnglishNCI Thesaurus C71079 L0019360no S0048116 N Herpes Zoster
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000001531 L0019360no S0048116 N Herpes Zoster
EnglishMEDLINEPLUS 90 L0019360no S0048116 N Herpes Zoster
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D006562 L0019360no S0048116 Y Herpes Zoster
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU083271 L0019360no S4137302 Y zoster; herpes
English(CCPSS) Clinical Problem Statements 1007122 L0019360no S0376386 N HERPES ZOSTER
English(CST) COSTART HERPES ZOSTER L0019360no S0376386 N HERPES ZOSTER
English(DXP) DXplain U000839 L0019360no S0376386 N HERPES ZOSTER
English(QMR) Quick Medical Reference R0121632 L0019360no S0376386 N HERPES ZOSTER
EnglishWHO 862 L0019360no S0376386 Y HERPES ZOSTER
EnglishICPC S70 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishICPC2P S70001 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishLibrary of Congress Subject Headings U002186 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishMedDRA 10019974 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
English(RCD) Read Codes X73jq L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishSNOMED D-0406 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishMEDLINEPLUS 90 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishMedDRA 10019974 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishICPC2EENG S70 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishICD9CM 53 L0019360no S0377939 N Herpes zoster
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L0019360no S0377939 Y Herpes zoster
English(BI) Beth Israel Problem List BI00596 L0019360no S1347029 N herpes zoster
English(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus 3099-9793 L0019360no S1347029 N herpes zoster
EnglishCHV 6108 L0019360no S1347029 N herpes zoster
EnglishICPC2P S70001 L0019360no S1347029 N herpes zoster
EnglishMEDCIN 30970 L0019360no S1347029 Y herpes zoster
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU034684 L0019360no S4088581 Y herpes; zoster
EnglishSNOMED Intl DE-32400 L0019360no S0489220 Y Herpes zoster, NOS
EnglishMTHICD9 53.9 L0019360no S0660815 N Herpes zoster NOS
EnglishMedDRA 10019982 L0019360no S0660815 Y Herpes zoster NOS
English(CCS) Clinical Classifications Software 1.3.3.1 L0019363no S0000299 N Herpes zoster infection
English(RCD) Read Codes XE2x9 L0019363no S0000299 N Herpes zoster infection
EnglishSNOMED D-0406 L0019363no S0000299 N Herpes zoster infection
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L0019363no S0000299 Y Herpes zoster infection
EnglishCHV 6108 L0019363no S11897644 Y herpes zoster infection
EnglishICPC2P S70004 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
English(RCD) Read Codes XE2x9 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishSNOMED D-0406 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishSNOMED Intl DE-32400 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishNCI Thesaurus C71079 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000001531 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishMEDLINEPLUS 90 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishMedDRA 10040555 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L0036967no S0085594 N Shingles
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D006562 L0036967no S0085594 Y Shingles
English(DXP) DXplain NOCODE L0036967no S0401825 Y SHINGLES
English(AOD) Alcohol and Other Drug Thesaurus 4821 L0036967no S0425580 N shingles
English(BI) Beth Israel Problem List BI00595 L0036967no S0425580 N shingles
English(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus 3099-9793 L0036967no S0425580 N shingles
EnglishCHV 6108 L0036967no S0425580 N shingles
EnglishICPC2P S70004 L0036967no S0425580 N shingles
EnglishMEDCIN 30970 L0036967no S0425580 Y shingles
EnglishSNOMED D-0406 L0043516no S0100676 N Zona
EnglishSNOMED Intl DE-32400 L0043516no S0100676 N Zona
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000001531 L0043516no S0100676 N Zona
EnglishMedDRA 10067526 L0043516no S0100676 N Zona
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L0043516no S0100676 N Zona
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D006562 L0043516no S0100676 Y Zona
English(DXP) DXplain NOCODE L0043516no S0414060 Y ZONA
EnglishCHV 6108 L0043516no S11697251 Y zona
EnglishNCI Thesaurus C71079 L0043532no S0100706 N Zoster
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000001531 L0043532no S0100706 N Zoster
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L0043532no S0100706 N Zoster
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D006562 L0043532no S0100706 Y Zoster
EnglishCHV 6108 L0043532no S11953784 Y zoster
EnglishICD10CM B02.9 L0043532no S11696367 Y Zoster NOS
EnglishICD10 B02 L0852488no S1065121 N Zoster [herpes zoster]
EnglishICD10AM B02 L0852488no S1065121 N Zoster [herpes zoster]
EnglishICD10CM B02 L0852488no S1065121 Y Zoster [herpes zoster]
EnglishCHV 6108 L1121658no S1347028 N herpes zona
English(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus 3099-9793 L1121658no S1347028 Y herpes zona
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 4740000 L3015217no S3350491 Y Herpes zoster (disorder)
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000001531 L7673070no S8880818 Y Herpes Zoster [Disease/Finding]
EnglishMEDCIN 30970 L7873248no S9092395 Y herpes zoster (diagnosis)
EnglishCHV 6108 L9522358no S11953770 Y zonas
FinnishMedical Subject Headings Finnish D006562 L5692800preferred S6525838 Y Vyöruusu
FinnishICPC Finnish S70 L1308714no S1550660 Y VYORUUSU
FrenchMedDRA French 10067526 L3278239preferred S3806640 N Zona
FrenchMedDRA French 10040555 L3278239preferred S3806640 N Zona
FrenchMedDRA French 10019974 L3278239preferred S3806640 N Zona
FrenchMedDRA French 10019974 L3278239preferred S3806640 N Zona
FrenchMedical Subject Headings French D006562 L3278239preferred S3806640 Y Zona
FrenchWHOART French 862 L0206726no S0277312 Y HERPES ZOSTER
FrenchICPC French S70 L1260908no S1502854 Y Herpes zoster
FrenchMedDRA French 10019982 L6160385no S7090565 Y Zona SAI
GermanMedDRA German 10019974 L1260909preferred S1502855 N Herpes zoster
GermanMedDRA German 10019974 L1260909preferred S1502855 N Herpes zoster
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D006562 L1260909preferred S1502855 Y Herpes zoster
GermanWHOART German 862 L0413642no S0537924 Y HERPES ZOSTER
GermanMedDRA German 10040555 L1258065no S1500011 Y Guertelrose
GermanICPC German S70 L1260876no S1502822 Y Herpes Zoster
German(DMDICD10) ICD-10 German B02 L1312845no S1554791 Y Zoster [Herpes zoster]
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D006562 L1312853no S1554799 Y Zoster
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D006562 L3282557no S3810101 Y Gürtelrose
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D006562 L3286937no S3814678 Y Rose, Gürtel-
GermanMedDRA German 10019982 L5942654no S6825084 Y Herpes zoster NNB
GermanMedDRA German 10067526 L6884036no S8015989 Y Zona
HebrewICPC Hebrew S70 L1563848preferred S1859757 Y shalbeket xogeret
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10019974 L10049839preferred S12574753 N herpes zoster
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10019974 L10049839preferred S12574753 Y herpes zoster
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10019982 L10015777no S12574750 Y herpes zoster k.m.n.
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10067526 L10041351no S12573329 Y Zóna
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10040555 L10041895no S12577891 Y Övsömör
HungarianICPC Hungarian S70 L1313796no S1555742 Y herpes zooster
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10040555 L1260877preferred S1502823 N Herpes Zoster
ItalianMedical Subject Headings Italian D006562 L1260877preferred S1502823 Y Herpes Zoster
ItalianICPC Italian S70 L1260910no S1502856 N Herpes zoster
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10019974 L1260910no S1502856 N Herpes zoster
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10019974 L1260910no S1502856 Y Herpes zoster
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10019982 L5998065no S6880495 Y Herpes zoster NAS
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10067526 L6917446no S8052633 Y Zona
ItalianMedical Subject Headings Italian D006562 L8133625no S10191940 Y Zoster
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019974 L3470290preferred S3997784 N 帯状疱疹
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019974 L3470290preferred S3997784 N 帯状疱疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L3470290preferred S3997784 Y 帯状疱疹
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L3470286no S3997780 Y 帯状ヘルペス
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L3477756no S4005250 Y 疱疹-帯状
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L5445390no S6230448 Y ヘルペス-帯状
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L5455476no S6240532 Y 水痘-帯状ヘルペスウイルス感染症
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L5455477no S6240533 Y 水痘-帯状疱疹ウイルス感染症
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L5455479no S6240535 Y 水痘帯状疱疹ウイルス感染
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D006562 L5455480no S6240536 Y 水痘帯状疱疹ウイルス感染症
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019982 L6247171no S7213324 Y タイジョウホウシンNOS
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019982 L6263208no S7158719 Y 帯状疱疹NOS
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019974 L6304365no S7213325 N タイジョウホウシン
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10019974 L6304365no S7213325 Y タイジョウホウシン
KoreanKCD5 B02 L8515225preferred S10596482 Y 대상포진
NorwegianMSHNOR D006562 L10406262preferred S12983043 Y Herpes zoster
NorwegianMSHNOR D006562 L10413311no S12982877 Y Helvetesild
NorwegianICPC Norwegian S70 L1258797no S1500743 Y HERPES ZOSTER
PolishMedical Subject Headings Polish D006562 L9700741preferred S12162684 Y Półpasiec
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D006562 L3310455preferred S3838792 Y Herpes Zoster
PortugueseWHOART Portuguese 862 L0327591no S0435896 Y HERPES ZOSTER
PortugueseICPC Portuguese S70 L1260911no S1502857 Y Herpes zoster
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D006562 L3298516no S3827081 Y Cobreiro
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D006562 L3298517no S3827082 Y Cobrelo
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D006562 L3333616no S3862116 Y Zona
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D006562 L3333638no S3862137 Y Zoster
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10019974 L4891384no S5578905 N Herpes zóster
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10019974 L4891384no S5578905 Y Herpes zóster
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10019982 L4891387no S5578891 Y Herpes zóster NE
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10040555 L4916477no S5603983 Y Zóster
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10067526 L6883134no S8015329 Y Herpes zona
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D006562 L0895370preferred S1099187 Y HERPES ZOSTER
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D006562 L1528700no S1824609 Y LISHAI OPOIASYVAIUSHCHII
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D006562 L1534502no S1830411 Y OPOIASYVAIUSHCHII LISHAI
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D006562 L3355825no S3883309 Y ЛИШАЙ ОПОЯСЫВАЮЩИЙ
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D006562 L3361435no S3888921 Y ОПОЯСЫВАЮЩИЙ ЛИШАЙ
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 4740000 L9498110preferred S11822663 Y herpes zóster
SpanishWHOART Spanish 862 L0345206no S0453511 Y HERPES ZOSTER
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D006562 L10301943no S12860394 Y Herpes Zóster
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D006562 L10302673no S12861158 Y Zóster
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10019982 L11232770no S13959522 Y Herpes zóster NEOM
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10019974 L11232927no S13959539 N Herpes zóster
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10019974 L11232927no S13959539 Y Herpes zóster
SpanishICPC Spanish S70 L1260912no S1502858 Y Herpes zoster
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10040555 L2701709no S3175789 N Herpes
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D006562 L2701709no S3175789 Y Herpes
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D006562 L3418667no S3946507 Y Zona
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 4740000 L4041385no S4724858 Y culebrilla
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 4740000 L4843608no S5527347 Y zona
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10067526 L6873157no S8002837 Y Herpes zona
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 4740000 L9503860no S11827280 Y zóster
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 4740000 L9504585no S11822641 Y herpes zóster (trastorno)
SwedishMedical Subject Headings Swedish D006562 L3421729preferred S3948345 Y Bältros
SwedishICPC Swedish S70 L1258796no S1500742 Y HERPES ZOSTER/BALTROS
Medical Subject Headings An acute infectious, usually self-limited, disease believed to represent activation of latent varicella-zoster virus (HERPESVIRUS 3, HUMAN) in those who have been rendered partially immune after a previous attack of CHICKENPOX. It involves the SENSORY GANGLIA and their areas of innervation and is characterized by severe neuralgic pain along the distribution of the affected nerve and crops of clustered vesicles over the area. (From Dorland, 27th ed)
(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus acute infectious, usually self-limited, disease believed to represent activation of latent varicella zoster virus in those who have been rendered partially immune after a previous attack of chickenpox; it involves the sensory ganglia and their areas of innervation and is characterized by severe neuralgic pain along the distribution of the affected nerve and crops of clustered vesicles over the area.
Medical Subject Headings Czech Onemocnění způsobené herpetickým virem VZV, který u dětí způsobuje plané neštovice (varicellu). Onemocnění je charakterizováno značnými bolestmi v průběhu nervu (např. mezižeberního), po němž v oblasti nervem zásobované dochází k výsevu oparu (puchýřky), které praskají a zanechávají stroupky. Po několika týdnech se onemocnění zhojí, i když bolesti mohou někdy přetrvávat delší čas. Těžší průběh bývá u lidí s oslabenou imunitou. Závažné je postižení první větve trojklaného nervu (trigeminu), při němž je zasaženo rovněž oko (h. ophthalmicus). Virus přežívá v paravertebrálních nebo jiných gangliích, k aktivaci někdy dojde při poklesu imunity. Postižen je dermatom příslušného ganglia, v těžkém případě generalizuje. Léčí se obv. symptomaticky (analgetika, obklady, ošetření exantému), antivirotika (aciklovir, famciklovir, valaciklovir) jsou indikovány u imunosuprimovaných osob. (cit. Velký lékařský slovník online, 2014 http://lekarske.slovniky.cz)
NCI Thesaurus A common dermal and neurologic disorder caused by reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus that has remained dormant within dorsal root ganglia, often for decades, after the patient's initial exposure to the virus in the form of varicella (chickenpox). It is characterized by severe neuralgic pain along the distribution of the affected nerve and crops of clustered vesicles over the area.
MEDLINEPLUS

Shingles is a disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus - the same virus that causes chickenpox. After you have chickenpox, the virus stays in your body. It may not cause problems for many years. As you get older, the virus may reappear as shingles. Although it is most common in people over age 50, anyone who has had chickenpox is at risk.

You can't catch shingles from someone who has it. However, if you have a shingles rash, you can pass the virus to someone who has never had chickenpox. This would usually be a child, who could get chickenpox instead of shingles. The virus spreads through direct contact with the rash, and cannot spread through the air.

Early signs of shingles include burning or shooting pain and tingling or itching, usually on one side of the body or face. The pain can be mild to severe. Rashes or blisters appear anywhere from one to 14 days later. If shingles appears on your face, it may affect your vision or hearing. The pain of shingles may last for weeks, months, or even years after the blisters have healed.

There is no cure for shingles. Early treatment with medicines that fight the virus may help. These medicines may also help prevent lingering pain.

A vaccine may prevent shingles or lessen its effects. The vaccine is recommended for people 60 or over. In some cases doctors may give it to people ages 50 to 59.

NIH: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

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