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13 resulaten gevonden voor Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in trials

De status van het micromilieu van de (schildwacht)klieren en tumor bij patiŽnten met HPV-positieve en HPV-negatieve kanker van de schaamlippen.
- TRIAL ID
NTR7021
- ACRONYMGINA (vulva)
De status van het micromilieu van de (schildwacht)klier en tumor bij patiŽnten met baarmoederhalskanker.
- TRIAL ID
NTR7020
- ACRONYMGINA (cervix)
Vaccin tracking in healthy volunteers
- TRIAL ID
NTR5987
- ACRONYMn/a
Web-based education to support mothers in their decision making about the HPV-vaccination of their daughter
- TRIAL ID
NTR4935
- ACRONYM
Protection against HPV
- TRIAL ID
NTR4719
- ACRONYMHPV-2D
Testing the safety and immune response of HPV-DNA vaccination in patients with a HPV-positive preinvasive lesion of the vulva.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4607
- ACRONYMSEVEN
Evaluating the Visual Appearance of Cervical Lesions in Relation its Histological Diagnosis, Human Papillomavirus Genotype and Other Viral Parameters: A Prospective Cohort Study.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3464
- ACRONYMEVAH study
COMETH study.
- TRIAL ID
NTR2447
- ACRONYMCOMETH
Simplified monitoring post-treatment.
- TRIAL ID
NTR1964
- ACRONYMN/A
Randomised Controlled Study on the Effects of Imiquimod, a TLR 7 Activating Agent, on the HPV16-Specific Immune Response Following HPV16 E6/E.7 Synthetic Long Peptides Vaccination in Women with HPV16 Positive High Grade Vulvar/Vaginal Intraepithelial Neoplasia
- TRIAL ID
NTR1526
- ACRONYMN/A
HPV testing and the long term risk at cervical disease
- TRIAL ID
NTR1470
- ACRONYMN/A
HPV test and post-treatment and long term follow up
- TRIAL ID
NTR1468
- ACRONYMN/A
An open, prospective, comparative clinical trial to evaluate the improvement of the colposcopist with the use of DySISô compared to conventional colposcopy`.
- TRIAL ID
NTR933
- ACRONYMThe DySISô study