Laser removal of warts in women
Warts are small neoplasms that can appear on the skin or mucous membranes. The disease occurs in 80% of the world's population and is often ignored because it may not cause physical discomfort. Despite this, the pathology requires examination and treatment, as it carries the risk of malignant degeneration of epithelial cells. In the medical center "Dermacenter" laser removal of genital warts is performed. An integrated approach gives the best results. Genital warts are small, benign growths that appear on the genitals in women. The disease caused by the human papillomavirus is infectious in nature and provoked by HPV types 6 and 11. Externally, warts are pointed outgrowths protruding above the surface of the genitals. At first, neoplasms can be single, but after a while they begin to form colonies, taking on the appearance of a cockscomb or cauliflower.
In women, HPV usually affects the groin, labia majora, labia minora, anus, and the vagina and cervix. As the warts progress, they can grow into the urethra and rectum. Constant contact with underwear leads to injury of neoplasms and secondary infection of the perineum.
Preparing for removal
Before the operation, the patient must be tested so that the doctor identifies the HPV strain, excludes oncological cell degeneration and develops a comprehensive treatment program. For each patient, the list of diagnostic procedures will be different, since it is not always necessary to perform a biopsy and some other studies. In most cases, you must submit:
- blood tests
- HPV strain test;
- smear to assess the microflora of the vagina.
On the day of surgery, it is recommended to take a shower and change underwear. After the procedure, the removed tissues are subject to laboratory morphological examination to exclude oncogenicity.