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Human papillomavirus infection

Human papillomavirus infection

Human papillomavirus belongs to the genus of DNA viruses. There are more than 100 types of the virus. papilloma virus selectively affects the epithelium of the skin and mucous membranes.

This virus causes warts, genital warts, and various benign and malignant formations. For today time, this virus is one of the most dangerous diseases, sexually transmitted diseases. Papilloma virus - is not just warts, which are found in 25% of people. Also very widespread are plantar warts. Teenagers and young adults often suffer from them. Plantar warts can cause severe pain.

Pointed condylomas - are one of the most common diseases, sexually transmitted diseases. In women, the human papilloma virus causes cervical dysplasia, which is commonly found in the cytological investigation of smear from the cervix. Cervical dysplasia in the presence of HPV is considered a precancerous condition.

Epidemiological researches have found that the human papilloma virus plays an important role in the pathogenesis of cervical cancer. More than 90% of patients with cervical cancer tumor cells contain the human papillomavirus. When genital warts and warts infection occurs by contact way and contact-household way (through household items). Minor trauma to the skin and mucous contribute to infection. Laryngeal papillomatosis -is a rare disease. In young children, it is due to infection from the mother during birth, in adult - it is due to oral intercourse. Different types of HPV also cause precancerous diseases and cancer.

Diagnosis of warts and genital warts is simple - they are visible to the naked eye. When infecting the vagina and cervix is necessary to consult gynecologist, a diagnosis confirmed cytology smears with cervical biopsy. The most sensitive and specific diagnostic method that allows to determine the type of HPV is PCR. The virus can be detected with ART diagnosis.

Papilloma viruses -are the only group of viruses, which proved that they cause the formation of tumors in humans. Also this type of viruses categorized as oncogenic.

Using of the devices: We recommend an antiviral program for the treatment of HPV 1-2 times per day for a month. The need to include a drainage program usually does not occur. If desired, it can be used once a day.

Criterias of curability are negative laboratory findings, conducted one month after the end of treatment. If laboratory findings confirm the presence of infection, it is recommended to repeat the treatment. It must be treated with the sexual partner, in order to avoid re-infection.

Treatment is carried out using the device Deta-AP