Updated: 12/23/2021

Human Papilloma Virus

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  • Snapshot
    • A 45-year-old female finally visits her gynecologist due to her embarrassment of her genital growths. She complains of large bumps on the vulva and groin area for the past year. She denies dyspareunia, vulvar pruritus, change in vaginal discharge, and dysuria. She was sexually active with numerous sexual partners, the last encounter being about 1 year ago. She has an IUD and her last partner used condoms infrequently. Physical exam reveals multiple large flesh colored pedunculated papules on the vulva and inguinal region and medial thigh. A Pap smear and excisional biopsy were carried out.
  • Introduction
    • Allows for replication and cellular division
  • Differential
    • Condyloma lata of secondary syphilis
      • differentiating factor
        • condyloma lata are more flat-topped
    • Molluscum contagiosum
      • differentiating factor
        • have central dimpling and often in immunocompromised individuals
    • Genital herpes
      • differentiating factor
        • painful ulcerating lesions
  • Complications
    • Cervical cancer 
    • Anal cancer 
    • Head and neck cancer 
    • Penile cancer 
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(M2.ID.14.134) A 12-year-old girl presents to her primary care physician for a well-child visit. She has a history of asthma and uses her inhaler 1-2 times per week when she exercises. She does not smoke and is not currently sexually active; however, she does have a boyfriend. She lives with her mother in an apartment and is doing well in school. Her temperature is 97.6°F (36.4°C), blood pressure is 124/75 mmHg, pulse is 80/min, respirations are 12/min, and oxygen saturation is 98% on room air. Physical exam is notable for a healthy young girl with no findings. Which of the following is most appropriate for this patient at this time?

QID: 104140

HPV vaccine

9%

(5/53)

Human papilloma virus PCR

4%

(2/53)

Hypertension screening

2%

(1/53)

Pelvic examination

66%

(35/53)

Serum lipids and cholesterol

17%

(9/53)

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