Rectal dysplasia in women after HPV infection by penile vector – DOI: 10.37072/JCS.2022.01.02

Univ.Prof. Gabriel CONSTANTINESCU1 ; Assoc. Univ. Prof. Vasile NIȚESCU2*

  1. Bucharest Emergency Clinical Hospital “SCUB”, Head of the Clinical Department of Gastroenterology
  2. Obstetrics-Gynecology and Sexology Medical Center

Abstract
In this clinical case, we present the determination of a rectal infection with HPV, after repeated peno-rectal sexual intercourse, for several years, in a 53-year-old woman.
Specialist examinations established the existence of a dysplasia of the rectal mucosa, due to HPV infection, genotypes 16 and 51, both viral strains with high-risk oncogenic potential.
It has to be mentioned that both these genotypes have a significant prognostic value, because a third of the precancerous mucosal lesions are associated with these viral variants, proven to be responsible for the increased level of tissular viral load.
Keywords:
HPV, multiple infection (genotype 16 and 51), colonocyte genome

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