Glottic respiratory papillomatosis, Glottic respiratory papillomatosis Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology
Švec, Glottic respiratory papillomatosis Šram, Harm K. Papilomatoza laringiană. Witterick, Edward E. Kassel, Arnold M. Higgins, Richard V. Smith, Marvin P. Friedman, Tulio A. The juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis is the most frequent benign tumour of the larynx.
Valdez o Valdez, Ellen M. Boseley, Christopher J. McGill o Darrow, Jaime M. Eaglin, Lauren D. Thompson, Robin T. Cotton o Trigg, Kristina W. Rosbe o Rimell o Steinberg, Mark J. Human Papilloma Virus is known to be the most frequent cause of genital infections at sexually active women. The virus is transmitted mainly sexually but epidemiological and clinical data suggest sufficient evidence also for other routes of oxiuros secnidazol. Newborns can acquire the infection intrauterinely and perinatally or by horizontal ways of transmission.
We aimed to describe, by reviewing laryngeal respiratory papillomatosis literature, the damaging effect of HPV on pregnancy outcomes and the risk of the newborn to develop recurrent respiratory papillomatosis. Also, we assessed the risk of HPV bivalent and quadrivalent vaccine in pregnancy and paediatric population. Fries, Dilip D.
Madnani, Thomas J. Ow, Rhonda E. Alexander o Vokes, Roger L.