Among HIV-infected women prevalence and incidence of HPV infection are higher, and the risk for developing cervical cancer is increased. We present a case of HIV and HPV co-infection in woman with invasive cervical cancer and cervical and vaginal condyloma acuminata in association with vaginal bleeding during pregnancy.
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