Dymkovets V.P.,Moscow Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 52 |
Ezhov V.V.,Moscow Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 52 |
Manykin A.A.,Russian Academy of Medical Sciences |
Belov S.V.,Moscow Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 52 |
And 3 more authors.
Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine | Year: 2011
Elimination of types 16 and 18 human papilloma virus from the surface of cervix uteri for secondary prevention of cervical cancer was evaluated. The method is protected by patent of invention of the Russian Federation. Infrared laser therapy of cervix uteri was carried out in patients with precancer diseases of cervix uteri at Department of Gynecology of Municipal Clinical Hospital No. 52 (Moscow). Papillomavirus infection was eliminated using a Russian diode laser (λ=1.06 μ, radiation power 10 W) with a collimating headpiece using carbon die at a distance of 10-12 cm from the exposed surface. The treatment resulted in a high percentage of elimination of types 16 and 18 oncogenic virus 4-6 weeks and during delayed periods after exposure. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.