condyloma acuminatum

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Synonyms for condyloma acuminatum

a small benign wart on or around the genitals and anus

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We report a new case of oral condyloma acuminatum, one that was not associated with anogenital condyloma or any other HPV-induced lesions.
Human papillomavirus (HPV), a DNA virus, causes both condyloma and anal cancer.
1,2) Low-risk HPV is associated with the development of benign squamous proliferations including anogenital condylomas and is the primary driver behind recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, a benign but insidious disease that most commonly affects children and can lead to respiratory compromise and, rarely, malignant transformation.
Labial edema following treatment of condyloma acuminata with CO(2) laser in an adolescent: a case report and literature review.
Imiquimod is highly effective for extensive, hyperproliferative condyloma in children.
Though PDT is not equally efficacious for all subgroups, PDT for condyloma and intraepithelial neoplasia appears to be as effective as conventional treatments like cold-knife conization (34).
This type of 'genital wart' is known as condyloma acuminatum and is most often caused by HPV-6 or HPV-11 and can cause low-grade changes in the cells of the cervix.
Condyloma Acuminata (genital warts), patient demographics and treating physicians.
28) High et al (29) described a 36-year-old HIV seropositive man who developed proximal nail fold SCC which was infected with HPV 26; his monogamous sexual partner had a condyloma which revealed the same viral genotype.
No one curative treatment exists for condyloma acuminata.
Genital warts, medically referred to as condyloma, are spread by direct, skin-to-skin contact with an infected partner, usually during sexual activity.
Verruca are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), the same virus that causes condyloma acuminatum (genital warts).
Expecting to glaze over at his discussions of, say, Molluscum contagiosum or Condyloma acuminatum, we encounter Goldstone's quick assertion that the first is "not a shellfish" but rather a poxlike sexually transmitted virus (accompanied by a line drawing of bumps on a thigh); we find the second is the fancy name for venereal warts (illustrated by little bumps on the penis shaft).
Adolescents were screened for gonorrhea, syphilis, trichomoniasis, chlamydia, pubic lice, herpes, and condyloma.
The so-called low grade cervical lesions, that is CIN 1 and flat condyloma (soft, wartlike growths), also carry HPV sequences, however, many of the types identified have been the "low risk" viruses, most commonly 6 and 11 (Kurman, 1994; Lungu et al.