Published in AIDS Weekly, November 10th, 2003
Viral lesions of the mouth in patients infected with HIV are common and may be indicative of disease progression. One of the causes of oral lesions is a group of DNA viruses, human papilloma viruses, which induce hyperplastic lesions in the oral soft tissue such as papillomas, warts, condylomata, and focal epithelial hyperplasia.
Oral warts cause a significant reduction in quality of...
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