First stage of the HIV infection. The virus enters the body and begins to copy itself. Many people will have flu-like symptoms during this stage.
The sole or initial infection a patient suffers.
Also referred to as first episode, this is an event following the initial herpes infection that is marked by various symptoms, including sores, headache, and fever. Not everyone infected experiences the symptoms of primary infection. Those who do are more likely to have symptomatic recurrences.
The first few weeks after infection, e.g. with HIV.
An infection that develops in an otherwise healthy individual
first infection with either HSV-1 or HSV-2 in a person who has never previously been infected with either form of simplex. Anti-herpes, antibodies, and white cells are absent and overt disease may or may not develop.
The first infection of a plant, usually in the spring by an overwintering sexual pathogen propagule.
First contact with HSV-1 or HSV-2
The first infection of a plant by the overwintering or oversummering pathogen. (1)
Primary infection is when a virus first enters your body and takes up residence. Some symptoms of primary HSV-2 infection are different from the recurrent symptoms that come later.
The first infection of a plant by a pathogen emerging from a dormant stage in its life cycle (overwintering or oversummering). ()