HPV


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HPV

abbr.
human papillomavirus

HPV

abbreviation for
(Pathology) human papilloma virus

HPV

human papillomavirus.
Translations

HPV

abbr human papillomavirus. V. papillomavirus.
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Fifteen HPV strains have been associated with cervical cancer.
The subjects' skins carried the greatest number of HPV strains, where there were 80 types of HPV, including 40 found only in the skin.
If tissue from the primary tumor was unavailable, a sample from a metastatic lesion in a lymph node was accepted because HPV prevalence is usually maintained in OPSCC-positive lymph nodes (14).
All groups recommend against HPV cotesting in women under 30 years of age; however, after age 30 years, ASCCP and ACOG recommend HPV cotesting every 5 years as the preferred method of cervical cancer screening, while USPSTF suggests this only as an "option.
HIV-positive people usually become infected with the high-risk HPV types that lead to cancer.
While providing support-in-kind pathology services to community outreach clinical partners, our team found an unexpected high rate of HPV 90 infection in a cohort of Latino women.
Compared with women in the general population, women with HIV have higher rates of infection with high-risk HPV Research shows that higher HIV viral load and lower CD4 counts raise the rate of high-risk HPV infection.
Most people associate HPV with cervical cancer, where the link has long been recognised, but HPV also has a role in the development of some penile, vulval, anal and head and neck cancers.
APHA member Ellen Daley, PhD, MPH, who discussed the feminization of HPV during a session at APHA's 140th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, told The Nation's Health that the "problem for men .
HPV vaccination of girls before their sexual debut is the best primary prevention method currently available.
Eight out of 10 women are estimated to get HPV at some point in their lives.
Franco at the Cancer Epidemiology Unit, conducted the HITCH Cohort Study (HPV Infection and Transmission in Couples through Heterosexual activity) to determine the prevalence of HPV infections among recently formed couples.