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Having warts mouth can lead to inoculation of the sexual partner; so women with multiple partners should have a regular pap smear test to detect human papilloma virus in a good time. This disorder is caused by HPV (types 13 and 32), which is a double-stranded, circular, super coiled DNA virus. They are seen most frequently in children of American Indian or Eskimo descent. They usually are 1-5 mm in size, with some lesions coalescing into plaques. Having warts mouth can lead to inoculation of the sexual partner; so women with multiple partners should have a regular pap smear test to detect human papilloma virus in a good time.

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Warts Mouth

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Pap Smear, Human Papilloma Virus

The lesions appear as multiple flat-topped or dome-shaped pink-white papules. It also can be seen on the buccal or gingival mucosa and rarely, on the tongue. Focal epithelial hyperplasia, also termed Heck disease, is infectious disease occurring in the oral cavity, usually on the lower labial mucosa. Having warts mouth can lead to inoculation of the sexual partner; so women with multiple partners should have a regular pap smear test to detect human papilloma virus in a good time.

Other Topics: HPV Virus, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV, HPV Shot Vaccination, HPV HIV, HPV Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer Vaccination, Pap Smear Result, Genital Wart

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

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