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Before emerging as a fashion phenomenon, removal of pubic hair was primarily done for cultural and religious reasons (eg, this is, with circumcision, one of the items of the fitra in the Muslim religion).
Molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV) is a poxvirus and includes two strains: MCV1 and MCV2. MCV is generally observed in children and immunocompromised patients, and sometimes sexually transmitted. There has been an increasing incidence of sexually transmitted MCV (STMC) in the last decade.1 However, there is no proven predominance of …
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