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Detection of human papillomavirus in urine among heterosexual men in relation to location of genital warts and circumcision status.

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Summary of "Detection of human papillomavirus in urine among heterosexual men in relation to location of genital warts and circumcision status."

Human papillomavirus (HPV) surveillance is important to monitor the effectiveness of national HPV vaccination programmes. Positivity of HPV in urine in men varies with different sampling methods. We aimed to determine the positivity for detection of HPV-6/11 in urine samples among men in relation to the position of genital warts and circumcision status.

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Name: Sexually transmitted infections
ISSN: 1472-3263
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