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July-December  2013 | Vol 34 | Issue 2


Review Article
An update on oral human papillomavirus infection
Ankit H Bharti, Kiran Chotaliya, YS Marfatia
Human papillomavirus (HPV) constitutes the majority of newly acquired sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in United States as per the centers for disease control factsheet 2013. Genital HPV is the ...
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Original Article
Prevalence of symptoms suggestive of reproductive tract infections/sexually transmitted infections in women in an urban area of Ludhiana
Preethi S Philip, Anoop I Benjamin, Paramita Sengupta
Background: RTIs/STIs present a huge burden of disease, adversely impact reproductive health, and cause suffering for both men and women with consequences more devastating and widespread among ...
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