genital wart

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Synonyms for genital wart

a small benign wart on or around the genitals and anus

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The infections of these HPV types suggest high burdens of corresponding morbidities in the foreseeable future, including anal warts that may relapse, anal intraepithelial neoplasia, and even anal cancer.
Respondents also agreed that it would be important to vaccinate males to prevent them from getting genital and anal warts (84.3%) and anal and penile cancers (91.9%).
MCPyV is shed from healthy skin, and MWPyV has been detected in anal warts. Thus, a limitation of this study is potential cutaneous contamination of swab specimens by the parent or child during sample collection.
Four factors made dysplasia more likely: history of anal warts, frequent receptive anal intercourse, antibody to HIV, and immune dysfunction signaled by a low CD4/GD8 ratio.
Pre-cancerous cell changes sometimes 'hidden' in anal warts of gay men.
(4) It is not known how many incident cases of genital and anal warts there are annually, but some estimates place the number as high as 1 million.
(1) Daughters of women who had had a recent Pap test also had increased odds of completing the three-dose regimen (1.4), as did those whose mothers had had abnormal test results or had a history of genital or anal warts (1.2 and 1.3, respectively).
Prof Peter Borriello said: "Casual sex means syphilis, herpes, anal warts and gonorrhoea.
Pulsed dye lasers could be used to treat anal warts in men and vulval warts in women.
- Anal warts, which often lead to anal cancer, affect 30--40 percent of gay men, and 65 percent of the latter are infected by the human papilloma virus that causes the warts (New England Journal of Medicine, 1987).
SAN FRANCISCO -- Patients with HIV often have anal warts that can be tough to treat, Dr.
SAN FRANCISCO--Patients with HIV often have anal warts, which can be very difficult to treat, Dr.
Seventeen studies sized up risk of HPV infection, anal warts, and/or anal intraepithelial neoplasia (AIN), a potential harbinger of anal cancer (Table 1); four studies homed in on risk of anal cancer itself (Table 2).