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Revista Archivo Médico de Camagüey

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FERRA TORRES, Telma M; ESTRADA ABREU, Denys R  and  BERMEJO BENCOMO, Walquiria. Cervix cancer and anus-genital warts: Its relation. AMC [online]. 2008, vol.12, n.1. ISSN 1025-0255.

A cohort descriptive study to determine the relation between cervix cancer and the anus-genital warts was performed. It was taken as universe of study to all patients with diagnosis of cervix cancer who were attended in the cervix pathology consultation at «Ana Betancourt de Mora» Provincial Maternal Hospital, of Camagüey from February 1st, 2005 to March 31st, 2006. An specialized consultation for the selection of patients was created. Out of 142 patients a sample of 100 was obtained, diagnosed with cervix cancer with more than 18 years-old, a survey according to expert criterion was applied and results were analyzed by automatic means. About the eighth part of the patients referred antecedents of been afflicted with anus-genital warts, the third part presented clinically and approximately the tenth part of their sexual couples referred this antecedent. The evolution time of the lesions in 12 months and more was the most referred in relation to the diagnosis of cervix cancer? In colposcopy dominated the atypical vascularization. In the organic cytology, the two third parts of the patients presented positive PVH and dominated the diagnosis of NIC I and NIC II. The histological result of microinfiltrating squamous cell carcinoma as well as the clinical stage 1 was the most diagnosed

Keywords : Cervix neoplasms; Condylomata; acuminata; Anus diseases; Colposcopy; Citology; Carcinoma squamous cell; Adolescence; Epidemiology descriptive; Cohort studies.

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