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A diagnosis of having a veneral wart is usually cervical dysplasia or ASCUS. Some HPV genital infections are asymptomatic and sexually transmitted without the perpetrator’s knowledge. Others impair cells causing abnormal cell changes called dysplasia; frequently it is revealed in routine cytology exams. Others changes may involve growths or lesions. A significant but small percentage of these become cancers, thus, require medical services. A diagnosis of having a veneral wart is usually cervical dysplasia or ASCUS.

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Cervical Dysplasia, ASCUS

Physician attention is advised. Physicians have a variety of treatment options. Diagnostic surgical procedures-- colposcopy and biopsy—for preliminaries, other surgical procedures for removal and Podophyllin or trichloroacetic acid to dissipate or freeze them may be selected as well as crèmes/ointments for external afflictions and overall immune boosting therapies. A diagnosis of having a veneral wart is usually cervical dysplasia or ASCUS.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Treatment, HPV Cure, HPV Shot, How Contagious is HPV, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus Cure, HPV and Cervical Cancer, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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