An Over view of Genital Warts,Causes,Treatment,and How to Avoid Them
This series of pocketbooks sets out to provide easily-assimilable, essential information on the diagnosis and treatment of the most common medical conditions. This volume deals with female genital infections.
Custom-designed for clinicians on the frontline of treatment and prevention of the human papillomavirus (HPV), this stand-alone handbook provides the scientific background needed to understand and administer the new HPV vaccines. Written by some of the discoverers of these vaccines, this accessible text explores the biology and epidemiology of HPV, its diagnosis, screening, prevention, and treatment, and the types of diseases linked to the virus.
The Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention:
- aids clinicians in addressing patient questions and concerns
- discusses the basic virology and pathogenesis of HPV
- explores the relationship between HPV and cancer, especially cancer of the cervix
- covers the various treatment methods, including both chemical and physical methods
- details prevention strategies, such as condoms and microbicides, and vaccines (Gardasil, Cervarix, Silgard, and those in development)
- is an essential reference for an array of clinicians, including family practice physicians, internal medicine specialists, pediatricians, dermatologists, gynecologists, and oncologists
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This book covers the range of conditions seen in sexually transmitted infection clinics and genito-urinary clinics making it a useful and practical guide to all health practitioners in this area. However, as genital infections and medical problems are very similar worldwide, any practitioner managing genital disease and sexual health problems should find this book of practical value.
The book is aimed specifically at medical practitioners in primary care who require a quick guide to help diagnose and manage genital problems – a prompt to ‘what to do next’ when faced with a patient with a genital complaint. The book has many colour illustrations, with key points and summary boxes helping to make the book a quick reference guide.
Includes chapters on virology, laboratory identification, epidemiology, clinical features, association with cervical cancer and other female genital tract tumours, association with anal cancer, laryngeal papillomavirus, treatment, HPV in children, immunology and prospects for a vaccine.