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Twenty-Year Trends in the Incidence and Prevalence of Diagnosed Anogenital Warts in Canada

Twenty-Year Trends in the Incidence and Prevalence of Diagnosed Anogenital Warts in Canada,10.1097/OLQ.0b013e318198de8c,Sexually Transmitted Diseases,

Twenty-Year Trends in the Incidence and Prevalence of Diagnosed Anogenital Warts in Canada   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Sexually Transmitted Diseases - SEX TRANSM DIS , vol. 36, no. 6, pp. 380-386, 2009
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    • ...Although the EQ-5D is a generic measure that may not describe the full spectrum of the psychosocial impact of genital warts, the dysfunctions it captures appear, however, to reflect important impacts of the disease on overall HRQoL, and results can be compared with the effects of other diseases. Given that we found genital warts to be associated with poorer quality of life, that the incidence of genital warts is high,...

    Martin Sénécalet al. Loss of quality of life associated with genital warts: baseline analys...

    • ...Incidence rates of AGW have been reported for several countries, showing a wide range of estimates [9-18], even in studies originating from the same country [9,10]...
    • ...Studies reported differences between sexes [9-11,13-17], unless the study population was restricted to one sex, e.g...
    • ...Previous studies estimated the incidence of AGW for Australia [13,19,26], Canada [14,16], United States [15,27], UK [9,10], Italy [18], Spain [19], France [28], and Germany [12]...
    • ...Manitoba [14] and 338 in British Colombia [16] in line with the lower overall incidence of genital warts in Canada...
    • ...A Canadian study by Kliewer et al. reported age standardised incidence rates over time and showed a reversion of the sex ratio after the year 2000 from higher incidence rates in women to higher incidence rates in men [14]...
    • ...This question was not assessed in previous studies, possibly because of the methodological restrictions: some studies were conducted with data from primary care or specialised clinics [9,10], included only one or selected specialties of medical practitioners for case ascertainment [11,12,18] or were population-based but did just not investigate the specialty of the medical practitioner who diagnosed AGW first [14,16]...
    • ...The comparison of just two years did not demonstrate any difference in AGW incidence -o ther studies which compared longer time periods typically demonstrated an increase in the incidence over time [14-16]...

    Angela A Krautet al. Incidence of anogenital warts in Germany: a population-based cohort st...

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