Prevalence of other sexually transmissible infections in patients with newly diagnosed anogenital warts in a sexual health clinic
Background: Anogenital warts are a common initial presentation to the Canberra Sexual Health Centre. It is anticipated that the introduction of human papillomavirus vaccination will reduce the incidence of anogenital warts. The present study determines the prevalence of other sexually transmissible infections in patients newly diagnosed with warts who may not have presented for screening without the impetus of a genital lump. Methods: The prevalence of other sexually transmissible infections in...[Show more]
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