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Papilomatosis laríngea juvenil y su relación con la infección genital por virus de papiloma humano durante el embarazo

  title={Papilomatosis lar{\'i}ngea juvenil y su relaci{\'o}n con la infecci{\'o}n genital por virus de papiloma humano durante el embarazo},
  author={Haydee Karina Castillo and Vanesa de los {\'A}ngeles Caro and Mireya Gonz{\'a}lez Blanco and Ligia Acosta and Mar{\'i}a Correnti and J. Mayo Su{\'a}rez},
RESUMEN Objetivo: Establecer la relacion entre el diagnostico de papilomatosis laringea juvenil y la infeccion genital por virus de papiloma humano durante el embarazo. Metodos: Se incluyeron 18 madres de hijos con diagnostico de papilomatosis laringea juvenil. Se revisaron las historias de los ninos, se realizo anamnesis a las madres buscando antecedentes de infeccion por virus de papiloma humano durante el embarazo, se practico evaluacion ginecologica actual, citologia, vulvoscopia… 
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