Research and Markets: Genital Warts (Condylomata Acuminata)

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Genital Warts (Condylomata Acuminata) - Pipeline Review, H2 2013', provides an overview of the indication's therapeutic pipeline. This report provides information on the therapeutic development for Genital Warts (Condylomata Acuminata), complete with latest updates, and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects. It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Genital Warts (Condylomata Acuminata).

Prevention of Genital Warts

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Genital Warts Prevention

Many researchers and health care professionals see HPV as so common that they believe the only people who remain unexposed to this are those who remain celibate for life. That’s the best way of genital warts prevention. A figure of 70 percent is advanced as the lifetime incidence of genital HPV infection.

Treatment for Genital Warts

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Genital Warts Treatment

Physicians’ philosophy on HPV management has changed in recent years, from the immediate of a patient with a mildly abnormal Pap smear finding to a more conservative, wait-and see approach. This is beneficial because administration of multiple cervical treatments has potential for affecting future fertility, so postponing treatment can benefit long-term health. The downside are the patient’s anxiety over facing abnormal Pap smear findings over time and fear of the disease’s progression to cancer.

What are the symptoms of genital warts

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Genital Warts Symptoms

Condyloma acuminata (warts in the genital or anal area) are the least common manifestation of HPV and of the list of genital warts symptoms.

These are discrete verrucose or papillary growths, genital warts which can be flat or on stalks. They can occur on the cervix, vagina, vulva, urethra, perianal area, or intraanal region. Genital warts can occur as a single lesion or multiple lesions and can be fleshcolored or hyperpigmented.

How Do You Get Genital Warts

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How do you get genital warts is always the first question that most ask. Skin-to-skin contact with productive lesions that are shedding HPV DNA is the main way genital HPV is transmitted. It enters a person’s tissue through inflamed and macerated skin or through microscopic abrasions during sexual intercourse.

It appears likely that transmission can occur even when there are no lesions because tests have detected HPV DNA during asymptomatic infection periods. HPV transmission, according to  2001 Update in STDs, occurs via sexual contact in the majority of adults; little is known about the mechanics of inoculation; two-thirds of partners have disease after an average incubation period of two to three months; the role of fomites remains unknown for genital HPV; and autoinoculation from nongenital warts in adults is rare.

What are genital warts

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Genital Warts Although sexually transmitted, human papillomavirus—the cause of genital warts—is not a disease that doctors must report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is believed, on the basis of epidemiological studies, that there are about 500,000 to 1 million new cases every year. More than 100 types of human papillomavirus (HPV) have been identified in humans, and researchers expect the final number to be around 200.

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Although sexually transmitted human papillomavirus—the cause of genital warts—is not a disease that doctors must report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is believed, on the basis of epidemiological studies, that there are about 500,000 to 1 million new cases every year. More than 100 types of human papillomavirus (HPV) have been identified in humans, and researchers expect the final number to be around 200.