anogenital


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a·no·gen·i·tal

 (ā′nō-jĕn′ĭ-tl)
adj.
Relating to the anus and the genitals.
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The quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine prevents the infection as well as the development of external anogenital lesions associated with the virus in boys and men, according to a study of 4,065 healthy subjects.
Her anogenital culture for group B Streptococcus was positive.
Liken skleroatrofikus (LSA) atrofik beyaz papul ve plaklarla karakterize, genelde anogenital bolgeyi tutan kronik bir dermatozdur.
1) It contains viral proteins from HPV types 18, 16, 11, and 6, the types currently responsible for 70% of cervical cancers and 90% of anogenital warts.
After 1983 and 1984, following the identification of Human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 and 18 DNA in cervical cancer biopsies, the past 25 years have seen a rapid progress in linking these and additional HPV types to cervical cancer, as also to a substantial number of other anogenital malignancies and to a specific subset of oropharyngeal carcinomas.
Mucosal samples were available from 79 HIV-infected men who have sex with men (HIV-MSM) (without MCC) participating in an anogenital dysplasia/human papillomavirus (HPV) screening program (8).
HPV enfeksiyonlari genellikle gecici ve selim seyirli olsalar da bazi viral genotiplerin neden oldugu genital enfeksiyonlar anogenital prekanserlere veya kanserlere neden olabilirler.
Approximately 100 types of HPV have been identified and infection is widespread, in squamous epithelia such as the skin and the mucosa of the upper respiratory and anogenital tracts.
The figures, released in a Commons written answer by Public Health Minister Dawn Primarolo, also reveal more people are contracting anogenital warts and herpes.
And orphans under three weeks of age, the article says, "must have the anogenital areas stimulated after every feeding to induce defecation and micturition.
Approximately 40 types of HPV can infect the anogenital tract.
However, less than half of the clinicians believed three statements that are consistent with current scientific evidence:</p> <pre> That most genital HPV infections clear without medical intervention (35%); that genital HPV types usually associated with anogenital warts differ from types usually associated with cervical dysplasia and cancer (47%); and that anogenital warts do not increase the risk of cancer at the same anatomic sites where warts are located (38%)