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Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention

1st Edition

Edited by William Bonnez

CRC Press

152 pages

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Description

Custom-designed for clinicians on the frontline of treatment and prevention of the human papillomavirus (HPV), this stand-alone handbook provides the scientific background needed to understand and administer the new HPV vaccines. Written by some of the discoverers of these vaccines, this accessible text explores the biology and epidemiology of HPV, its diagnosis, screening, prevention, and treatment, and the types of diseases linked to the virus.

The Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention:

  • aids clinicians in addressing patient questions and concerns
  • discusses the basic virology and pathogenesis of HPV
  • explores the relationship between HPV and cancer, especially cancer of the cervix
  • covers the various treatment methods, including both chemical and physical methods
  • details prevention strategies, such as condoms and microbicides, and vaccines (Gardasil, Cervarix, Silgard, and those in development)
  • is an essential reference for an array of clinicians, including family practice physicians, internal medicine specialists, pediatricians, dermatologists, gynecologists, and oncologists

Table of Contents

Epidemiology

HPV Disease Burden

HPV Transmission

Epidemiology of HPV Infection

Natural History of Cervical HPV Infection

Natural History of Cervical HPV Infection in HIV-Positive Women

Multiple Genotype Infections

HPV and Cancer—The Causal Link

HPV and Cervical Cancer—The Causal Model

Diseases

External Anogenital Warts

Other Diseases of the Anogenital Tract

Diseases of the Head and Neck Area and Other Sites

Treatment

The Treatment Modalities

Approach to Treatment

Diagnosis

Colposcopy

Cytology

Histology

Nucleic Acid Detection Methods

Serology

Screening

Pathophysiology of the Cervix

Screening Techniques

Cervical Cancer Screening Recommendations and Triage

Indications for Cervical HPV DNA Testing

Screening in Special Situations

Screening for Anal Cancer

New Screening Markers

Prevention

Environmental Prevention

Condoms and Microbicides

Vaccination

Index

About the Editor

WILLIAM BONNEZ is Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Rochester; Attending Physician, Strong Memorial Hospital; and Attending Physician, Highland Hospital, Rochester, New York, USA. Dr. Bonnez received his M.D. from the Université de Bordeaux II (now called Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux II), Bordeaux, France. As one of the discoverers of the groundbreaking HPV vaccines, his contributions to the field of infectious disease are truly immeasurable. Dr. Bonnez is a member and fellow of several professional societies, including the American College of Physicians, the Infectious Disease Society of America, and the American Society for Virology. In addition, he has received several notable awards throughout his career, such as the Annual Davey Memorial Award for Outstanding Contribution to Cancer Research and the Wilmot’s Inspiration Award (both from the University of Rochester), Distinguished Inventor of the Year 2006 from the Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association, and the Health Care Achievement Award from the Rochester Business Journal. Dr. Bonnez has been an honored guest lecturer and presenter at various international, national, and regional meetings and symposiums on infectious and sexually transmitted diseases, and he frequently contributes to numerous journal publications by serving on editorial and review boards. Such publications include The Open Virology Journal, Antiviral Therapy, and The Journal of Infectious Diseases.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED000000
MEDICAL / General
MED022090
MEDICAL / Infectious Diseases
MED033000
MEDICAL / Gynecology & Obstetrics
MED038000
MEDICAL / Hematology
MED062000
MEDICAL / Oncology