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HPV infection

In are registered each year about 350 new cases of cervical cancer , and mortality from malignant disease and every year is getting smaller .

HPV infections are very widespread and blue waffles causes a range of different disease severity , symptoms and prognosis . There are 120 types of human papillomaviruses , and about 30 types cause infection in the genital area . The virus is easily transmitted and spread by direct contact with infected skin and mucous membranes , which may not be damaged , although damage conducive to infection . HPV types 6 , 11 , 42 , 43 and 44 usually cause benign lesions called sexual Warts ( condyloma accuminatum ) .

Genital warts can also appear in the area of the external genitals , vagina , urethra , perianal area and the final part of the colon in patients who maintain anal sex . In addition to the genital area of ​​these types of viruses can cause warts in the area of ​​the eye , nose , mouth and throat . Depending on the number and location of genital warts can be painful , it is easy to crumble and cause itching . These guys do not lead to malignant growth , therefore, are labeled as low-risk types for the development of malignant tumors .

HPV types 16 , 18 , 31 , 33 , 35 , 45 , 51 and 52 is associated with the development of cervical cancer , and are therefore referred to as types of higher risk of cancer .

It is a cancer of the cervix ( neck ) of the uterus , effectively controlled for a number of years , thanks not only excellent , easy izvodivoj and accessible method of screening ( a popular and well-known Pap test ) , but also clearly present consciousness of women that timely preventive inspection can truly mean rescued health and even life . In Croatia are registered each year about 350 new cases of cervical cancer , and mortality from malignant disease and every year is getting smaller . Although cervical cancer is associated with a very wide age range , usually occurs after the age of forty .

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