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Human Papillomavirus Infections in Dermatovenereology

Gerd E. Gross Geo Von Krogh



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CRC Press Inc
21 November 1996
Reproductive medicine; Venereal diseases; Dermatology
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a major cause of cervical cancer. Human Papillomavirus Infections in Dermatovenereology pulls together the diverse disciplines of clinical, molecular biological, socio epidemiological, and immunological research to bridge the gap between the clinical aspects and basic biology of HPV. This volume provides a much-needed overview of the scientific and clinical data of HPV and HPV-associated diseases, exploring opinions on current therapies and diagnostic methods. It critically reviews the most frequently used molecular biologic methods, evaluating their potential in HPV detection. Specialists in dermatology, genitourinary medicine, gynecology, urology, as well as pathologists, microbiologists, epidemiologists, and virologists will appreciate this timely examination of the ubiquitous pathogen, HPV.
By:   Gerd E. Gross, Geo Von Krogh
Imprint:   CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   12
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   1.270kg
ISBN:   9780849373565
ISBN 10:   0849373565
Series:   Dermatology: Clinical & Basic Science
Pages:   464
Publication Date:   21 November 1996
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational ,  A / AS level ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Historical Overview Historical Overview, J.D. Oriel Virology and Basic Biology Molecular Biology of HPV and Mechanisms of Keratinocyte Transformation, P. Fuchs and H. Pfister The Nonhuman (Animal) Papillomaviruses: Host Range, Epitope Conservation, and Molecular Diversity, J.P. Sundberg, M. van Ranst, R.D. Burk, and A.B. Jenson Classification of the Human Papillomaviruses Based on Their Molecular Evolutionary Relationship, M. van Ranst, R. Tachezy, H. Delius, and R.D. Burk Epidemiology and Modes of Transmission Epidemiology and Modes of Transmission, D.A. Shoultz, L.A. Koutsky, and D. Galloway Natural History and Association to Cancer HPV Types in Human Disease, E.-M. de Villiers Warts and HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Skin, E.-I. Grussendorf-Conen Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis as a Model for HPV-Related Oncogenesis, S. Majewski, S. Jablonska, and G. Orth Condyloma Acuminatum and Other HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Genitoanal Area, K.J. Syrjanen HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Airways and Esophagus: Epidemiology and Malignant Potential, S. Syrjanen Immunological Modulation The Regulatory Influence of Immunological Host Responses, J. Malejczyk, S. Majewski, and S. Jablonska HPV-Related Disease in Immunosuppressed Individuals, J. Palefsky Clinical Presentation and Evaluation Warts and HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Skin: Gross Morphology and Histology, G. Gross and S. Jablonska Warts and HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Genitoanal Area in Adults, G. von Krogh, G. Gross, and R. Barrasso Warts and HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Genitoanal Area in Children, S. Obalek, S. Jablonska, and G. Orth HPV-Related Squamous Cell Tumors of the Airways and Esophagus: Clinical Presentation, S. Syrjanen Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis, H.K. Kashima, B.G. Leventhal, K.V. Shah, and P. Mounts Cytology and Histology, A. Meisels Detection of Genital Human Papillomavirus Infection and Possible Clinical Implications, J.M.M. Walboomers, M.V. Jacobs, J.W. van Oostveen, A.J.C. van den Brule, P.J.F. Snijders, and C.J.L.M. Meijer The Current Role of HPV Serology, L. Gissmann Therapy Skin Warts, G. Gross Genitoanal Lesions, G. Gross, G. von Krogh, and R. Barrasso Prospects for Vaccination, J. Dillner Index

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