Flashcards in 9 - Derm - Viral infections - HPV Deck (10):
HPV gives what? how? affects % of school kids? increases which risk?
infects basal keratinocytes > overgrowth of epidermis
7% of school kids
increases SCC risk
6 type of warts HPV can give
common warts - appearance? where? what promotes infection?
elevated papules often on hands and feet - often central black dot (bleed point)
trauma eg nail biting
plantar warts - specific name? appearance? Sx?
inward growing appearance
plane warts - appearance and where?
small, flat topped lesions, little surface change
face/back of hands
mosaic - appearance and an important feature?
confluent crops on hands and feet
anogenital warts - transmission? ass w?
ass w cervical and anal ca
mgmt of HPV - most cases? 4 principles?
resolve spontaneously after months years with no scarring
topical paints, cryotherapy, curettage and cautery, formalin and podophylin
topical paints - example? how long?
salicyclic acid and lactic acid - for 8-12 wks