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Genital Warts Transmission

Genital Warts Transmission

The genital warts transmission is very easily done and a cone biopsy as a result of an ascus will diagnose the presence of the viruses. The virus acts the following way: it invades the basal layer of the epidermis permeating skin and mucosal microabrasions in the genital area. The virus does not reveal itself at the very beginning and the latency period is about several months or even years. The genital warts transmission is very easily done and a cone biopsy as a result of an ascus will diagnose the presence of the viruses.

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Genital Warts Transmission

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Cone Biopsy, ASCUS

The disease cannot reveal itself at once. It may be latent for months and even years. The patient may not know that there is an infection inside the organism. Some people may even not suffer from the disease; they may be only the carriers of it. The genital warts transmission is very easily done and a cone biopsy as a result of an ascus will diagnose the presence of the viruses.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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