The Human papillomavirus: a factor related with the formation of neoplasias

@inproceedings{Souto2005TheHP,
  title={The Human papillomavirus: a factor related with the formation of neoplasias},
  author={Rafael Souto and Aparecido Divino da Cruz},
  year={2005}
}
Recent studies using new technologies on viral detection, allow us to consider the human papillomavirus (HPV) as the etiological agent of the cervix cancer. Besides its action on genital regions, other anatomic sites have been infected by the HPV, mainly the head and neck regions. This virus infects both the mucosal and the cutaneous tissue, and can be also classified according to its tropism as mucosotropic or cutaneotropic. However, according to its capacity of causing malignant or benign… CONTINUE READING

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