genital warts


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gen′ital warts′


n.pl.
warts occurring in the genital and anal areas and spread mainly by sexual contact.

genital warts

Warts on the genital organs caused by a virus and spread through sexual contact.
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genital warts

plFeigwarzen pl
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The number of South Korean men with condyloma, a type of genital wart caused by a sexual disease, has grown by an average 8.
Twenty-five patients had genital warts and 11 patients had anogenital warts.
Genital warts (condylomata acuminate) is one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and usually these warts appear in various places such as the genital area, the rectum, the mucous membranes of the rectum, the cervix, and on the Miss V and the disease is highly contagious.
Although reductions in genital warts are an important early marker of vaccine effectiveness, reductions in cervical dysplasia and cancers are far more important vaccine-related outcomes," Dr.
This included patients with multiple verruca vulgaris (more than 5 lesions), recurrent palmoplantar warts, verruca plana mainly on face or other exposed part of body, subungual warts and genital warts.
Methods: One hundred ten patients with genital warts who were treated in our hospital from June 2013 to October 2014 were selected.
Reductions in genital warts were observed in all nine countries included in this review (based on 28 publications), with declines occurring as early as one year after vaccine introduction in Australia and Germany.
4] The number of viral STDs, particularly genital warts have been rising consistently, probably due to increasing usage of antibiotics for treatment of bacterial STDs.
Genital warts can manifest themselves as solitary or clustered lesion that may be flat, like a dome, keratotic, cauliflower, or pedunculated in shape and white, pink, purple, red, or brown in colour [7-9].
Although genital warts are not life-threatening, they cause significant psychosocial harm, including low self-esteem, negative self-perception, embarrassment and anxiety.
The researchers noted that studies of another agent used to treat genital warts, imiquimod, demonstrated clearance rates of between 37% and 52%.
The study found that the medical management rate of genital warts among women potentially covered by the immunization program decreased by 61 percent, from 4.