In concluzie NU ESTE POSIBILA TRANSMITEREA PAPILOMATOZEI LARINGIENE PRIN SALIVA SAU SEX ORAL !!! Mentionez ca am fost diagnosticat cu papilomatoza laringiana de mic copil, operat si tratat de domnul Prof. Dr. Dorin Sarafoleanu care m-a asigurat in mai multe randuri ca aceasta boala NU ESTE CONTAGIOASA IN VREUN FEL.
Exista si un site dedicat unde se afla mai multa documentatie www.rrpwebsite.org - " One does not catch RRP from someone else who has it... This suggests that most people couldn't contract RRP even if they tried."
O concluzie finala: multi termina medicina dar putini sunt intr-adevar Doctori. Pacat ca trebuie sa dam de acesti asa zisi "doctori" exact cand avem nevoie mai putina !
American Academy of Pediatrics 2004 National Conference & Exhibition | Highlights of 2004 National Conference and Exhibition (American Academy of Pediatrics)
Update on New Vaccines CME/CE
Jorge M. Quinonez, MD
Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
Human papillomaviruses are DNA viruses that have an affinity for infecting squamous or mucosal epithelia. Genital HPV infection is the most common viral sexually transmitted disease in the world, and has been directly linked to the development of cervical carcinoma, a condition that kills over 200, 000 women each year.[17, 18]
Close to 80 types of papillomavirus infect humans, with about 30 types infecting the human anogenital area.[19, 20] The latter are further subdivided into low risk or high risk, based on association with cancer. Low-risk types, such as 6 and 11, are associated with genital warts and laryngeal papillomatosis and usually regress spontaneously. There are several high-risk types, but 16, 18, and 45 are found in 80% of cervical cancers. HPV 16 alone accounts for 50% of the total cases.[17, 19, 20, 21]
Due to the large amount of information gathered from HPV in the past 2 decades, along with the definitive role it plays in the development of cervical uterine carcinoma and the promising results from vaccine studies in animal models, it became paramount to develop a vaccine for humans.
Dr. Edwards discussed a recent clinical trial for HPV16 L1 vaccine conducted in the United States in which 788 women were enrolled and the vaccine showed 100% efficacy in preventing infection. The most common adverse effect in the recipients was pain at the injection site, but that was described as "very tolerable."
She also mentioned that the vaccine is currently in phase 3 trials and that close to 17, 000 subjects have been enrolled thus far. The vaccine is likely to be submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for licensure in 2005. Availability of this vaccine will impact pediatricians, as the primary target population for administration of the vaccine will likely be school-aged children and adolescents.
Human Papilloma Virus Present in Hyperplastic Tonsillar Tissue in Children
By Will Boggs, MD
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Dec 28 - Human papilloma virus (HPV) may be found in hyperplastic tonsillar and adenoid tissues in children, according to a report in the December issue of The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
"Although HPV infection is considered a sexually transmitted infection, HPV can also be transmitted by non-sexual routes, including casual physical contact and perinatal vertical transmission, " Dr. Demetrios A. Spandidos from University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece told Reuters Health. "Detection of HPV in the buccal cavity of healthy children has raised questions concerning the modes of HPV transmission in childhood."
Dr. Spandidos and colleagues investigated the frequency of HPV infection in tonsils and adenoids of 102 children with adenoid and/or tonsillar hyperplasia.
None of the samples showed histological features of HPV infection, the authors report, and none of the children had any wart lesion in the buccal cavity.
Despite the benign clinical and histological findings, HPV DNA was present in 9.4% of tonsillar specimens and 7.1% of adenoid specimens. Six children had HPV-16, and two had HPV-11.
HPV DNA was more prevalent among preschool children than among school children.
"The reason for the presence of HPV at a higher frequency in younger children is unknown, " the investigators write.
Children who were HPV-positive and children who were HPV-negative did not differ according to sex, origin, or residence (urban versus rural), the researchers note.
"We plan to follow-up the children included in our study, " Dr. Spandidos said. "This will enable us to investigate the impact of the presence of HPV in the buccal cavity of children concerning the development of skin and anogenital warts and recurrent respiratory papillomatosis."
Pediatr Infect Dis J 2006;25:1158-1162.
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Oropharyngeal Cancer Linked to Human Papillomavirus
While the evidence for a link between HPV and oropharyngeal cancer has been building over time, this current study "puts together a complete picture, " Dr. Kreimer commented, both by showing the strength of the association and by suggesting a mode of transmission for the virus. The data from the study suggest that oral HPV infection is sexually acquired and specifically that it may be transmitted during oral sex.
Oral HPV Infection Acquired Sexually:
The current study compared 100 patients with newly diagnosed oropharyngeal cancer with 200 matched case controls. Nearly all of the tumors (90%) were located on the tonsil or the base of the tongue. The researchers collected blood and saliva samples to test for HPV and also collected data on risk factors such as sexual practices, tobacco and alcohol exposure, family history, and poor oral hygiene.
Oral-genital contact was strongly associated with oropharyngeal cancer, suggesting that the main route of transmission for oral infection with HPV was via oral sex. Study participants who reported having more than 6 oral sex partners in their lifetime were 8.6 times more likely to develop the HPV-linked cancer. However, the researchers acknowledge that the study cannot rule out transmission through direct mouth-to-mouth contact or other means, such as via skin contact.
Multumesc frumos pentru timpul acordat!
Multa sanatate va doresc!
Nu stiu cum sa va contactez cu un mesaj pe privat.
problema este la distanta.., tin de tractul digestiv si intoleranta la unele produse
lactoza, gluten, proteina animala., s, a
daca se depisteaza cauza.. se trece pe un regim corect alimentar.
vegetarian..sau fara gluten.. depinde de caz
se exclud toate celelalte tratamente locale ORL
cititi STUDIUL CHINA
- 1Infectie cu hpv genital, acum 2 ani
- 2infectata cu hpv si trichomonas
- 27HPV - mai poti face copii? Se transmite?
- 8Virusul HPV la barbati (toata lumea discuta despre HPV la femei, dar la barbati mai putin)
- 4mi s-a descoperit un candilom mic la baza intrarii in vagin
- 3cum se vindeca hpv genital, in afara de crema cu aciclovir?
- 7Papilomul - sfaturi
- 5HPV - interpretare Babes Papanicolau
- 13HPV dupa 10 ani de relatie?
- 19HPV high risk
- 6formatiune tumorala pe lueta
- 1Lisil cu atipii HPV si condiloame
- 1ajutați-ma cu un sfat cu hpv
- 2HPV in gat - inseamna ca am cancer ?
- 10Rezultate analize Hpv Saliva
- 0Hpv tulpina 52 si sarcina
- 3Rana col si am fost depistata cu HPV 16
- 5Virusul HPV