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Anogenital HPV Types1

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March 2010


The HPV types that are associated with cervical cancer are called high-risk viral types. There are numerous high-risk viral types but the most common are 16, 18, and what I like to call the odd thirties - 31, 33, 35 and 39. There are a couple of high-risk viral types that are also possible and then a number of HPV viral types that are low-risk and have no significant risk of developing cervical neoplasia.

Anogenital HPV Types

 


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