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The human papillomavirus of high oncogenic (carcinogenic) risk

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common viruses on the planet. Statistics indicate that a carrier of a particular type of virus is more than 90% of the population. Such a big spread suggests that the virus is extremely simply transmitted from person to person, and once in the body, remains there forever.

To date, medicine has not asked for effective means of combating the virus.

In modern medicine, described more than 70 different types of human papillomavirus and each one can lead to certain diseases of the skin and mucous membranes. In principle, an experienced dermatologist may have external signs to determine the type of HPV.

Types of human papillomavirus

All types of the virus can be divided according to the diseases that they cause:

Virus 1 — 5, and HPV types 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19-24, 26, 27, 29, 57 cause the skin warts appear.

Virus 2, 1, 3, 4 leads to the appearance of plantar warts, which in appearance may resemble calluses.

At the same time, virus 3, 10, 28, 49 types leads to the fact that the skin pour flat warts.

Virus 27 type, leads to the formation of they are transmitted directly through sexual contact, and can be not just unpleasant skin moments, but also lead to dangerous States of the carrier.

Special attention require lesions caused by HPV 31, 33, 58 types, HPV type 52, HPV 39, HPV 70, as well as 30, 40, 42, 43, 51, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 64, 67 – 69 types. It is these types of lead to what is called a precancerous condition of the skin.

If the data types of the virus must be tested for tumor markers.

Oncogenic risk

The most relevant for each carrier of HPV remains the division of types of virus in the presence of oncogenic risk.

Just note that some types of the virus is quite safe in relation to the likelihood of developing cancer. For example, to low oncogenic risk can be attributed to the human papilloma viruses of the species Human papilloma virus 6, 11, 42, 43, 44, 53, 54, 55.

Or HPV 6, 11, genital warts located on the cervix, can be attributed to the threat of oncogenic mind, however medicine will carry them to the safe from the point of view that is oncogenic presence of the warts.

However, and warts and papillomas, which appear due to HPV 6 and 11, the recommended time to remove. And quite just to do the laser method, for example, as the most modern, painless and does not leave even the slightest trace.

Cancer papilloma

But what really is a danger, so it's warts cancer. Such papillomas are called rash, whichcaused by virus high cancer risk.

First of all, to human papillomaviruses of high oncogenic risk are HPV 16, 18, HPV 31, 33, HPV 35, 45, HPV 66, and some others.

Important! These types of HPV high-risk types increase the probability of occurrence of a malignant tumor. The result is a cancer of the anal canal, penile cancer, cancer of the vagina and uterus.

In addition, for patients whose blood is papillomavirus HPV 66 and 56, it is also important passage analyses onkomarkery. These types lead to the formation of carcinoma, one of the varieties of cancer.

Recall that, despite the high oncogenic risk, the likelihood of developing cancer in the presence of these virus types are not necessarily high. When infected by HPV oncogenic type, the probability of cancer development from precancerous lesions is increased in 60 times, however, only 1% of women who are diagnosed oncogenic viruses, in the end, do develop cancer of the uterus.

Note that the carrier might not even know about it, since papillomas begin to be apparent under certain circumstances. And in order to identify the virus requires some research.

The carcinogenic threat types

The highest carcinogenic risk posed by viruses of papilloma 16, 18, 31, 33, 56, 66, 70 type. Here it is necessary to specify that the most dangerous are genital warts and papillomas, which are poured into the vaginal mucosa and external genitalia.

As soon as the warts are diagnosed, this is the reason for going to the oncologist, and then to delete it. In addition, the patient may need to undergo regular cancer screenings, and tests that should reveal the presence of atypical cells.

Important! With timely diagnosis of the virus of high carcinogenic risk, probability of degeneration into a malignant tumor can be minimized.