Human cowpox infection is mostly found in European nations. Cowpox virus (CPXV) is a member of the Poxvirus family's Orthopoxvirus genus. Contrary to popular belief, most cowpox infections are spread to human beings by domesticated cats and rats. Rodents are cowpox's natural reservoir. Cows, cats, zoo animals, and humans are CPXV's unintentional hosts.
- Cowpox has no cure; however, the condition is self-limiting. The human immune system is capable of controlling infections on its own.
- Lesions heal on their own after 6-12 weeks.
- Scars are frequently left at the location of cured pox lesions in patients.
- Patients may experience symptoms of illness and need bed rest and supportive therapy.
- To avoid dissemination to other areas and perhaps to other people, wound dressings or bandages may be used to lesions.
- Patients who have underlying skin problems, such as atopic dermatitis, may be more susceptible to generalized cowpox.
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