Local Management of Anogenital Warts in Non-immunocompromised Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analyses of Randomized Controlled Trials
ConclusionThe vast majority of included RCTs had a low level of evidence, thereby preventing the establishment of a hierarchy of treatments. Nevertheless, our results provide an overview of the main AGW treatments available for general practitioners and specialists. While provider-administered treatments are superior, patient-administered treatments (e.g., imiquimod, podophyllotoxin) are useful solutions for compliant patients.Protocol registrationPROSPERO-CRD42015025827.
Abstract Warts are benign neoplasms of the skin and mucosa caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.1 The most common treatments for wart are topical application of salicylic acid and cryotherapy. Other modalities include chemical agents, contact sensitizing agents and surgical excision.2 Laser modalities, including carbon dioxide (CO2 ), pulsed dye and neodymium-doped: yttrium-aluminum-garnet lasers, have also been used to treat recalcitrant plantar warts. PMID: 31545511 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
This study mainly concentrates on common and plantar warts. There are various treatment methods for this disease, including the popular immunotherapy and cryotherapy methods. Manual evaluation of the WD treatment response is challenging. Furthermore, traditional machine learning methods are not robust enough in WD classification as they cannot deal effectively with small number of attributes. This study proposes a new evolutionary-based computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) system using machine learning to classify the WD treatment response. The main architecture of our CAD system is based on the combination of improved adaptive ...
Conditions: Common Wart; Flat Wart; Plantar Wart Interventions: Drug: 2LVERU® or 2LVERU® JUNIOR; Device: Cryotherapy Sponsor: Labo'Life Not yet recruiting
ConclusionThis study highlighted that cryotherapy is quick, safe and comparatively painless procedure with less complications with success almost similar to electrosurgery making it more suitable for plantar warts.
Abstract Condyloma acuminatum (CA) is a benign tumor primarily caused by infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) type-6 or type-11, lesions of which are most frequently found on the genital, perianal squamous mucosa, and skin. CA outside the anogenital region is not common. Here, we report a case showing simultaneous presence of CA on the vaginal orifice, areola, groin, and umbilicus in a 32-year-old pregnant woman. Histopathological examination and HPV detection are essential in making a definitive diagnosis of CA on multiple sites. The patient was treated with microwave and liquid nitrogen cryotherapy, but rep...
[Epidemioclinical and Therapeutic Study of Condylomas (Genital Warts) in Dermato-Venereology Department (CHU Treichville, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, 2013-2016)]. Bull Soc Pathol Exot. 2018;111(1):1-4 Authors: Hamdan SK, Yao IK, Diabaté A, Elidje JE, Kaloga M, Kouadio CA, Ildevert PG, Kouamé AK, Sylvain SA, Kassi K, Kanga K, Sangare A Abstract We have conducted a retrospective study in the dermatology department of the CHU Treichville in Abidjan during 4 years. Three hundred and fifty cases of venereal warts were recorded with a hospital frequency of 1.5%, an average age of 29.37, a fem...
We report the two cases of genital warts, who had an excellent response with intralesional MMR vaccine.