publication . Report . Article . 2012

Oral papiloma caused by HPV and its relation to carcinoma

Adel Martínez Martínez; Rosa Baldiris Ávila; Antonio Díaz Caballero;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Jun 2012
  • Publisher: Sociedad Castellano-Manchega de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria
Abstract
El virus del papiloma humano (VPH) es el responsable de múltiples manifestaciones en boca, las cuales generalmente se caracterizan por lesiones vegetantes, verrugosidades o lesiones papulares. La incidencia de la enfermedad en boca ha aumentado ya que el contagio por vía sexual es una de las principales vías de contagio, lo que también permite que cada vez exista un mayor número de diagnósticos de VPH oncogénico en cavidad bucal. The human papiloma virus (HPV) is responsible for multiple mouth disorders, which are generally characterized by fungating lesions, verrucosity or papular lesions. The incidence of oral disease has increased since sexual transmission is...
Subjects
free text keywords: Papiloma, Neoplasias de la boca, Virus ADN, Papilloma, Mouth neoplasms, DNA Virus Infections, Virus, Mouth neoplasm, Carcinoma, medicine.disease, medicine, Mouth disorder, business.industry, business, Pathology, medicine.medical_specialty, Oral cavity, Oral disease
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Figura 1. Lesion exofitica, vegetante y cesil. Con superficie rugosa, asintomática. Nótese la lesión en comisura labial característica de infección por VPH.

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publication . Report . Article . 2012

Oral papiloma caused by HPV and its relation to carcinoma

Adel Martínez Martínez; Rosa Baldiris Ávila; Antonio Díaz Caballero;