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Anal intercourse increases the risk of anal dysplasia, particularly in women with cervical dysplasia....
Here's a study that explains the problem concerning the subjectivity of reading ASCUS Paps. It further...
HPV (human papillomavirus) is the common wart virus. It is the cause of the various kinds of warts...
Some have recommended the use of beta-carotene, folic acid and vitamin C for the treatment of cervical...
Cervical dysplasia is believed to be caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) in over 95% of the cases, but...
Transmission is common at the time of delivery, but serious infection is rare. Transmission may...
Colposcopy is a procedure used as a diagnostic tool, not a screening tool. A scope and light are used...
A Digene Test requires either a cervical swab, penile urethral swab, or biopsy material of a wart, the...
Genital warts vary in appearance depending on location and stage of development. They can be very small,...
Pictures of genital warts are displayed for purposes of identification. Click on the image to enlarge...
HPV, also called Human Papilloma Virus: HPV is the abbreviation for a common virus, human papilloma...
Japan has discontinued use of the Gardasil™ vaccine due to extremely serious side effects. ...
There are many viruses to which we readily develop immunity, such as the 300+ rhinoviruses (cold viruses),...
HPV has numerous types. Some types, such as HPV 6 or 11 are more frequently associated with warts (common...
HPV has been linked to spontaneous abortions or miscarriages and may be the single most important factor...
Warts are most often confused with molluscum contagiosum. Molluscum is a common viral infection of...
Commonly mistaken as oral warts by patients are the circumvallate papillae which are arranged in an...
A Pap is a screening tool. During a Pap exam, a swab is scraped across the cervix to collect loose cells...
Many women ask if their partners can keep reinfecting them after the woman is cured of cervical dysplasia...
Pearly penile papules are frequently misdiagnosed as genital warts but are merely a normal anatomical...
Pictures of genital warts are displayed for purposes of identification.  These pictures are more...
Pictures of genital warts are displayed for purposes of identification.  These pictures are more...
A large percentage or people show evidence of prior HPV infection particularly with the HPV types which...
The exact role of HPV in the development of benign and malignant lesions of the prostate is unclear....
If a woman becomes immune to certain HPV types as a result of therapy, she will not be able to be...
Aside from the problems of cervical dysplasia and genital warts, there are few other common problems...
Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen and laser therapy are the most commonly used surgical methods for treating...
Transmission of HPV through routes other than sexual is definitely possible. One may be exposed to HPV...
The natural history of a disease refers to the progression and developments of a disease that is left...
In one study of chronic urethritis, HPV was detected in 31% of specimens positive for two or more infectious...
HPV can cause vaginosis or vaginitis with vaginal discharge that is commonly misdiagnosed as bacterial...
Vinegar is sometimes used to identify areas of HPV infection. It is used in a 5% acetic acid concentration...
Some have asked if vitamin E increases bleeding time. Here's one study done at Tufts University...

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