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Pubic Infections

Human Papilloma Virus

HPV is the most common tumor of the vulva. The incubation period varies from weeks to months.

Condyloma acuminata lesions are characterized by Pubic Infections rough, verrucous papillomas on the genitalia human papilloma virus, HPV, warts, genital warts, condyloma accuminata, pediculosis pubis, crabs.

Enlargement often occurs during pregnancy and Pubic Infections sometimes lesions disappear spontaneously.

The use of condoms may pubic infections, human papilloma virus, HPV, warts, genital warts reduce transmission to

Molluscum Contagiosum pubic infections

This disease is produced by a pox virus family and is spread by sexual or close personal contact.

Clinical Features. Lesions are usually asymptomatic, multiple, and far apart with a central umbilication. Lesions can be spread byautoinoculation and last from 6 months to many years.

Diagnosis. The characteristic appearance is adequate for diagnosis, but may be confirmed by biopsy.

Treatment. Lesions are removed by sharp dermal curette, liquid nitrogen cryosurgery, or by acuminata

Pediculosis Pubis (Crabs)

Clinical Features

Phthirus pubis is a blood sucking louse that is unable to survive more than 24 hours off the body.

It is often transmitted sexually and is principally found on the pubic hairs.

Severe itching may lead to excoriations and secondary bacterial infection.

In long-standing cases.

Pubic Scabies

This highly contagious infestation is caused by the Sarcoptes scabiei, which varies in length from 0.2-0.4 mm.

The infestation is transmitted by intimate contact or by infested clothing.

Clinical Features

The female mite burrows

Treatment of crabs