NotesDory Flop Sign in Monkeypox: 2 CasesPeñuelas Leal, Rodrigo MD, PhD; Labrandero Hoyos, Carolina MD; Grau Echevarría, Andrés MD; Martínez Domenech, Álvaro MD; Lorca Sprohnle, Javier MD; Casanova Esquembre, Andrés MD; Magdaleno Tapial, Jorge MD, PhD; Hernández Bel, Pablo MD, PhD Author Information From the Servicio de dermatología del Consorcio Hospital General Universitario de Valencia, Valencia, Spain No funding was received for this study. Conflict of Interest and Sources of Funding: None declared. Correspondence: Rodrigo Peñuelas Leal, MD, PhD, Department of Dermatology, Hospital General Universitario de Valencia, Av. Tres Creus, 2, 46014 Valencia, Spain. E-mail: [email protected]. Received for publication August 14, 2022, and accepted September 2, 2022. Sexually Transmitted Diseases: December 2022 - Volume 49 - Issue 12 - p 858-859 doi: 10.1097/OLQ.0000000000001706 Buy Metrics AbstractIn Brief We describe 2 monkeypox cases in human immunodeficiency virus–positive men who have sex with men with undetectable viral loads. Both patients presented with the dory flop sign. We report 2 cases of Monkeypox infection in which the dory flop sign was seen in each patient. Copyright © 2022 American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association. All rights reserved.