HPV and anal warts

HPV and anal warts

The human papillomavirus, or HPV, infection causes small bumps (warts) on the genitals. Vaccines can help to protect against many strains of HPV. There are more than 70 varieties of the HPV virus that cause genital warts. The viruses may exhibit symptoms on areas of the body other than the genitals. In rare cases, certain…

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A letter of thanks for Dr. Aronoff

A letter of thanks for Dr. Aronoff

Dr. Aronoff was recently used as a shining example of excellence in health care in the United States. The respected JM Byington Associates, Inc. included information about an experience Homer Byington had with Dr. Aronoff when he suddenly, and unexpectantly, found himself in need of emergency care. Used by permission from http://blog.jmbyington.com/?tag=dr-jeffrey-aronoff Service of Great…

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Treatments and causes of anal fissure

Treatments and causes of anal fissure

Anal fissures are painful and debilitating. But treatments and causes of anal fissure will be discussed during a patient’s first visit in Dr. Aronoff’s office. Treatments of anal fissure can be done in-office. Issues with bowel regularity (both diarrhea and constipation) as well as hydration are often the biggest contributory causes of anal fissures. Dr….

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