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Humane Papillomavirus

The humane papillomavirus includes strains of both the genital wart and common wart and also high-risk strains of human papillomavirus. Types 6,11,16,18, 31, and 35 are associated with the development of malignancies with no visible symptoms, which are most commonly seen in patients anlog with genital warts. The primary clinical manifestation of the disease include common warts, flat warts, deep palmoplantar warts (myrmecia), focal epithelial hyperplasia, plantar cysts, genital warts, and subclinical high-risk HPV not visible to the naked eye. The humane papillomavirus includes strains of both the genital wart and common wart and also high-risk strains of human papillomavirus.

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Humane Papillomavirus

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Genital Wart, Human Papillomavirus

Necessary procedures are: paring and biopsy. The diagnosis is made on the basis of clinical findings. Certain types tend to occur at particular anatomic sites. More than 150 types of HPV have been identified. HPV is a double-stranded, circular DNA virus enclosed in an icosahedral capsid and comprising 72 capsomers. The humane papillomavirus includes strains of both the genital wart and common wart and also high-risk strains of human papillomavirus.

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

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