Multiple approaches to sexually transmitted infections: from diagnosis to treatment

José Antonio Dias da Cunha e Silva Marcus Valadão Antonio Carlos Iglesias About the authors


Sexually transmitted infections are mainly caused by viruses and bacteria. They are transmitted trough sexual intercourse, without a condom, with an infected individual. The anus, vagina, and mouth may become involved. This study aimed to present six clinical cases with the diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections, but in which different treatment approaches were required. This demonstrates the dynamic and unique character of the disease in each individual. That is, the behavior of sexually transmitted infections will vary not only according to its causative microorganism (virus or bacteria), but also according to the characteristics of the combination of etiologic agent and host.

Papilomaviridae; Infection; Podophyllin; HIV

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