Conseils pratiques face aux condylomes acuminés génitaux

  • B. Halioua

Abstrait

Le « counselling » fait partie intégrante de la prise en charge des patients présentant des condylomes. Il doit s’articuler autour des réponses aux questions que le (ou la) patient(e) se pose fréquemment à propos de l’infection à HPV. Le « counselling » est l’occasion d’expliquer au patient le mode de transmisssion, ainsi que les risques carcinologiques de certains types d’HPV. Il convient également de délivrer des conseils de prévention visant à limiter le risque de transmission de l’infection à HPV en insistant en particulier sur l’intérêt du préservatif.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Halioua
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut FournierParis

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