11 – GENITAL PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION

@inproceedings{Severson200011G,
  title={11 – GENITAL PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION},
  author={J. Severson and K. Beutner and S. Tyring},
  year={2000}
}
Most genital human papillomavirus (HPV) infections are benign. Subclinical genital infections with HPV are extremely common. Genital HPV infections cause a spectrum of diseases, ranging from asymptomatic infection to invasive cervical cancer. The HPV types are divided into low- and high-risk viruses, based on their association with cervical cancer. When the low-risk HPV infections are clinically expressed, they produce external genital warts. Once clinically apparent, they may persist, spread… Expand
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