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Anogenital warts 

Anogenital warts
Anogenital warts

Pauline Handy MBE

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date: 21 September 2018

Introduction 274

Aetiology 274

Epidemiology and natural history 274

Transmission 275

Clinical features 276

Diagnosis 276

Pregnancy and infection in the neonate and children 278

Management 278

HPV and HIV 285

References to anogenital warts date back to Roman and Hellenic periods, with Celsus observing, in the 1st century ...

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