Objective: To describe presentation, diagnostic and treatment tools for genital warts @ Urology and Gynecology Department CMC/SMBBMU, Larkana.
Methodology: This retrospective study included 50 patients with genital warts who were treated January 2016 to December 2019. Age, gander, presenting complaints, history of smoking, oral contraceptive and history of unprotected sexual contacts along with relevant clinical genital examination were obtained from records. Full blood count, VDRL, Elisa for HIV, PCR and pap test, colposcopy and biopsy data were recorded. Data were analyzed using SPSS 20.
Results: The mean age of patients was 29.4±7.83 in women and 36.1± 8.87 years in males. Male and female ratio was 1:0.66. Clinical examination was the most frequent diagnostic method used. Surgical excision was done in 40 patients while 10 were referred to dermatology department due to multiple and small warts.
Conclusion: The genital warts need proper treatment by the dermatologists, urological surgeons and uro-gynecologists.
Key words: Genital warts, STD, VDRL.