Health Science Report
Site Navigation



Research that helps:



Home

  >

Genital Wart

>

Condyloma

>

Vulvar Condyloma

Vulvar Condyloma

Vulvar condyloma, lesions of the cervix, or cervical dysplasia are examples of HPV viral damage. Genital warts, an STD, usually appears on the genitalia. A raised and pinkish lesions in the anal area, in the cervix and the upper vagina or a cauliflower-like growth on the genitals, requires clinical attention. Colposcopy helps detect flat lesions, not visible to the naked eye, and aid in further diagnosis, biopsy and testing for HPV. Vulvar condyloma, lesions of the cervix, or cervical dysplasia are examples of HPV viral damage.

Just select from the Research Topics on the adjacent gray column for easy viewing of important articles. If this is your first visit, click here for a brief summary of this website.

.

Vulvar Condyloma

  -  

Cervix, Cervical

Treatments for this disease fall into three groups: biologically-based approaches that focus on the destruction of virus; preparations that destroy wart tissue, and surgical methods that remove it. Each treatment must be applied for individual case management. Vulvar condyloma, lesions of the cervix, or cervical dysplasia are examples of HPV viral damage.

Other Topics: Picture of HPV Virus, HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, What Cause HPV, Woman HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Pregnancy and Cervical Dysplasia, Cause of Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

BBBOnLine Reliability Seal

Copyright © 1996-2009 by Health Science Report™ for the following: