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Gaceta Médica Espirituana

versión On-line ISSN 1608-8921

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MORALES RODRIGUEZ, Alfredo Armando  y  RAMIREZ GUIRADO, Alejandro. Condyloma Acuminatum and pregnancy. Considerations of the prenatal attention. Gac Méd Espirit [online]. 2015, vol.17, n.2, pp.81-91. ISSN 1608-8921.

Background: The Condyloma acuminatun prevails in the world population increasing its incidence in the last few years and affecting proportionally to the population in the gestation period. A high number of pregnant women are submissive to a caesarean operation for this cause, increasing the risk of perinatal morbimortality. The knowledge of the way of transmission during the pregnancy, the consequences for the descent and the conduct to follow in the presence of genitals wart during the gestation, can contribute to modify the management of this disease during the prenatal attention. Objective: Analyze some evidences needed for an adequate prenatal pursuit in women that suffer condyloma acuminatum in the gestation period. Development: An exhausted and actual bibliography study was done about the way of transmission from the mother to her child and the obstetric conduct in women in the gestation period affected by the condyloma acuminatum. Conclusions: The scientific evidence summarized in the study showed us that genital condylomatosis during pregnancy can be transmitted from the mother to her child by different ways, not only avoiding the elected caesarean operation the viral infection to the newborn. Different treatments applied correctly during the prenatal attention can decrease this risk

Palabras clave : Condyloma acuminatum; epidemiology; infectious complications during pregnancy; risk factors; maternal-fetal interchange.

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