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Table 2 Description of GW Cases by Specialty

From: Estimating the burden of illness related to genital warts in the Philippines: a nationally representative cross-sectional study

  PCP
(n = 28)
DERM (n = 29) OB/GYN
(n = 43)
URO
(n = 29)
IDS
(n = 28)
All GW Patients 11 (0.30%) 32 (2.10%) 59 (2.10%) 41 (3.50%) 441 (18.50%)
New or existing GW
 New Case 7 (63.64%) 26 (81.25%) 35 (59.32%) 39 (95.13%) 292 (66.22%)
 Existing Case 4 (36.36%) 6 (18.75%) 24 (40.68%) 2 (4.87%) 149 (33.78%)
 Valid n 11 32 59 41 441
Existing cases
 Recurrent 4 (100.00%) 5 (83.33%) 20 (83.33%) 2 (100.00%) 91 (61.12%)
 Resistant 0 (0.00%) 1 (16.67%) 4 (16.67%) 0 (0.00%) 58 (38.88%)
 Valid n 4 6 24 2 149
  1. 1 New Case: GW case not diagnosed previously by patient or another physician
  2. 2 Existing Case: GW case was diagnosed previously by patient or another physician
  3. 3 Recurrent Case: GW case where previous episodes were resolved with treatment
  4. 4 Resistant Case: GW case where previous episodes were not resolved with treatment
  5. DERM dermatologist, GW genital warts, IDS infectious disease specialist, OB/GYN obstetrician/gynecologist, PCP primary care physician, URO urologists