venereal warts


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venereal warts

Warts growing on the penis or vulva, usually pink and fleshy. Venereal warts are almost always multiple and are ordinary warts modified by their situation and caused by papillomaviruses spread during sexual intercourse.
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Out of total 178 STI patients, the commonest STI were balanoposthitis (36.5%, n= 65) followed by genital scabies (17.4%, n=31), genital herpes (10.7%, n= 19), venereal warts (8.4%, n= 15), nongonococcal urethritis (7.9%, n= 14) and chancroid (6.7%, n= 12).
Stan Block, who practices in a six-pediatrician group in Bardstown, Ky,, with a large adolescent population, said that "'numbers give parents something concrete to hang their hats on." He tells many parents that "'the lifetime risk of getting cervical, anal, vaginal, or vulvar precancer or cancer goes from about I in 20 without vaccination to 1 in 50 with vaccination," and that the risk of venereal warts similarly drops from 1 in 10 without vaccination with Gardasil to about 1 in 100 with vaccination.
Genital warts, also known as condylomata acuminate (other names include penile warts, venereal warts; Condyloma), are caused by the human papillomavirus: benign cellular outgrowths with HPV Types 6 and 11 causing 90% of genital warts cases.
Genital warts (also known as venereal warts) are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).
Venereal warts can be easily seen but those that reside under the skin are more common.
And, while 1997's The Farewell Symphony created immense controversy, no nay-saying Larry Kramers burst the bubble of Barber's facile interpretation of the novel (presented as White's noble attempt to recover gay history, venereal warts and all).