>Human Herpes Virus 8 is etiologically linked to all forms of Kapos (KS), including, endemic, transplant-related and AIDS-related. A patient infected with an HHV-8 infection is at risk of developing KS, as well as an infection with HHV-8 with multicentric Castleman disease. HHV-8 is mainly transmitted through the word. As an infected KS, enlargement is involved as the appearance of brownish and bluish nodules that tended to appear in dome-shaped tumors. played nodules were found in the intestines, stomach, liver, trachea and in the larynx. When the tumors enlarge and expand, cancer can develop.
HHV-8 has genes in its genome that are very similar to human genes, which means that these genes are probably of human origin. This makes it possible for the virus to evade or block any proteins of the immune system and thus cause tumors.
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