Anogenital warts: causes and methods of control
Warts are small (most often) growths on the skin that have a benign nature. The culprit of the appearance of warts, modern medicine considers the human papillomavirus (hereinafter HPV), which, according to the World Health Organization, infected from 60 to 70% of the total population of our planet.
But if warts, for example on the fingers, are perceived as an annoying nuisance, then anogenital * warts, they are genital warts, or Latin Condylomata acuminata, is already a serious problem. More than 40 of Continue reading
An ordinary wart and a malignant tumor – what do they have in common? No, no, a wart will not degenerate into cancer. However, there is something that unites them – this is HPV, human papillomavirus, or human papillomavirus.
What is HPV?
Under this name is a whole group of viruses of a general nature containing DNA. There are 27 species and about 200 strains. Designate them with numbers: HPV (HPV – human papillomavirus) 1, 2, 16, etc.
The absolute majority of the world’s population is infected with these viruses: according to scientists, Continue reading
In the fall, the cold season begins, a little later the flu epidemic comes to us. And so it goes on all winter: coughing, sneezing, blowing their nose citizens surround us on the street, in transport, in the office. Well, if someone from the home fell ill, then it’s very difficult to protect yourself.
What to do to at least reduce the likelihood of infection? First you need to remember …
How is the infection transmitted?
The common cold, or rather ARVI, is an acute respiratory viral infection, the flu is caused by viruses.
The distribution of viruses is known to be airborne. The patient sneezed or coughed, and the viruses Continue reading