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HPV infection in urology practice
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common pathogen of sexually transmitted disease worldwide. While HPV is responsible for low-grade benign lesions in the anogenital area such as condyloma acuminatum, it is also strongly ...
Is there any association between urothelial carcinoma of the bladder and human papillomavirus? A case-control study
Objectives: Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a well-known oncogenic virus associated with anogenital carcinomas. Despite the anatomical proximity of the bladder and the anogenital region, the relationship between HPV and ...
New approach to microscopy of gram-stained urethral smear: the kissing slide method
Background: The effectiveness of microscopy of Gram-stained smear (GSS) for the detection of male urethral infection is debatable, especially in cases with low inflammation and no visible urethral discharge. This clinical ...