Alan Kling M.D. - Dermatologist Dr. Alan Kling is a nationally renowned, board-certified dermatologist who practices both general and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Kling is a recognized expert in the field of HPV (human papillomavirus) infections and is active in teaching, research, and the evaluation and treatment of patients with this condition.
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Alan Kling M.D. - Dermatologist
Dr. Alan Kling is a nationally renowned, board-certified dermatologist who practices both general and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Kling is a recognized expert in the field of HPV (human papillomavirus) infections and is active in teaching, research, and the evaluation and treatment of patients with this condition. Dr. Kling is an excellent doctor. He always takes the time to answer questions and cares about his patients, which is very unusual these days. His staff are very nice and waiting time is minimal. I've been to Dr. Kling 3-4 times now. Each time, I was seen promptly and Dr. Kling was thorough in his analysis and objective in treatment. Prognosis and treatments were explained in plain, easy-to-understand English. Office is very clean. Recommended. Dr. Kling is great. I have been seeing him for over a year and every visit has been helpful and a pleasent experience. I will continue to see Dr Kling going forward. Dr. Kling was mean at first but i continue to see him. 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His office staff is also highly competent and easy to work with. Additionally, I have found dr. Kling's availability to be very good. Dr. Alan Kling is an outstanding Dermatologist. I have been seeing him over 10 years. His office staff is excellent. He is available at all times if you have any emergency call. He is one of the top physician in his area of expertise. I am happy to share my good experience in this rating/review. Dr. Alan kling is one of the finest physicians in manhattan. Courteous, professional and caring. Michael hirsch Dr Kling has been my attending physician for many years now. His professionalism and "bedside manner" has helped me through many challenges. I highly recommend Dr Kling and his wonderful friendly, efficient staff to anyone who may need the services he provides. Dr Kling has been my attending physician for many years now. His professionalism and "bedside manner" has helped me through many challenges. 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Rating: 4 / 5 stars

HPV Infection In Men #2

HPV Infection In Men #2

Are there are preferred anatomic sites where HPV is more likely to infect the men?

HPV acquisition has not been observed to differ by genital sites. The three sites studies were the glans, shaft of the penis and scrotum. This suggests a genital infection of the men is mostly multifocal and does not have demonstrable site preference.

Can HPV be detected in urine?

Detection of HPV DNA in urine is specifically lower than samples from genital sites which include the glans, shaft of penis or the scrotum. This may be because of the different types of cells lying in the urethra (transitional cells) versus the external genital areas (squamous epithelial cells). In addition, HPV DNA detected in urine may represent contamination acquired when the urine passes through the urethral meatus, implying that there is not a large residual of HPV infection in the urethral canal itself.

Do finger infections of people with genital warts occur more frequently than would be expected by chance?

Finger infections in people with genital warts are more common than would be expected by chance.

Does co-infection of multiple HPV types occur in men?

Co-infection of multiple HPV types is also known to be common in women.

How does HPV infection differ from other STD’s?

Unlike most STD’s, HPV infections is not restricted to “core groups” (i.e. groups of individuals who engage in high-risk sexual behaviors). HPV infections are commonly detected in individuals who have few sexual partners.

How does teaching the incidences of HPV infections in young university-based men compare to the cumulative incidence in young university-based woman?

In a 24-month cumulative incidence of HPV infection in young men was nearly twice as seen in a similar group of female students. This is an important factor to keep in mind when formulating the strategies in order to minimize the prevention of transmission of HPV infections to female adolescents in young women.

How does the cumulative incidence of HPV in men compare to the cumulative incidence of acquisition of HPV in women?

The 24 month cumulative incidence of HPV in men in one study (62%) was higher than that reported for sexually active university students in women (38% – 43%) range which was approximately 40% in each of two different studies.

How is the duration of an HPV infection in men compare to the duration of HPV infection in women?

The duration in HPV infection is shorter in men.

If a person with genital HPV infection also has demonstrable HPV infection on their fingers or underneath their fingernail, would this apply that autoinoculation is going on?

The presence of HPV DNA on the fingers or under the fingernails suggests that autoinoculation generally has to be considered as a possible mode of transmission of HPV infection. The presence of HPV on their fingers may also be due, however, to contamination by the persons own genitalia or that of a recent sexual partner. Although there is information suggesting HPV can be transmitted by non-penetrative sexual contact routes, clean bold finger-vulvar contact, it is not clear whether HPV under the fingernail tips is a significant source of infection.

Is the risk of HPV infection associated with circumcision status in young men?

There are conflicting reports as to whether there is a risk of HPV infection associated with circumcision status. There are studies that report that circumcision is protective against prevalent infection and others that there is not. In the study of the HPV infection in young men, circumcision status was not associated with infection.

Was the acquisition of multiple HPV types in young men influenced by circumcision status?

The incidence of multiple HPV types did not differ by circumcision status in young men.

Was the incidence of HPV infection in young men influenced by smoking?

The study of the acquisition of an HPV infection in young men was influenced by a report of past smoking.

What are the notable qualifications on the incidence and risk factors of acquiring HPV infections in young men?

The results of a University-based study of young men may not be generalized with other populations of men, including those who are older, those of different social economic status and/or educational levels, those who have HIV infection, have sex with other men, or people who have a history of high-risk behavior.

What factors would explain the higher incidence of HPV infection in men versus women?

The higher incidence of HPV infection in men may be due to differences in sexual behavior, the relative ease of acquiring samples from the external male genitalia versus internal genital sites in women, or increased sensitivity of the HPV testing methods which were used in the men.

What is the implication of the fact that an individual with a genital infection may also have HPV DNA on their fingers or underneath their fingernails?

The presence of HPV16 that has been found in the congenital and finger sites suggests autoinoculation may occur.

What were the overall findings in studies done on the incidence and risk factors of HPV infection in young male university students?

The study of young university men found that:

Genital infections are common and multifocal in young men.
HPV acquisition has not demonstrable genital-site preference.
Detection of HPV infection under the fingernail tips is common.
High incidence HPV-16 infection and of sexual multiple HPV types that was seen in men is also consistent with the observations seen in women.

What were the overall findings of studies of HPV infection in young men?

Within 24 months after a young man (19-20 years of age) had been followed who had not previously had an HPV infection, two-thirds of the men had acquired one or more of over 30 different congenital types of HPV.

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