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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Warty carcinoma arising in condyloma acuminatum of urinary bladder: a case report.
During the past 2 years, from January 2014 to December 2015, 6 male patients aged from 27 to 59 years were given imiquimod 5% cream for the treatment of condyloma acuminatum in STD Institute, Shanghai Dermatology Hospital.
Giant anorectal condyloma acuminatum of Buschke-Lowenstein: successful plastic reconstruction with bilateral gluteal musculocutaneous v-y advancement flap.
Tucker, "Interferon therapy for condyloma acuminatum," TheNew England Journal of Medicine, vol.
A survey of literature showed that during 1960s and 70s bacterial infections like syphilis, chancroid and gonorrhoea were rampant and viral infections like herpes genitalis and condyloma acuminatum were rare.
6] Nucci V, Torchia D, Cappugi P Condyloma acuminatum of the tongue treated with photodynamic therapy.
Condyloma acuminatum is common in the anogenital skin and mucosa.
1,15,16] Clinically, the differential diagnosis includes condyloma acuminatum, giant condylomas (called Buschke-Lowenstein tumors), verrucous carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, urethral carcinoma and angiomyxoma.
The patient's mother had condyloma acuminatum during pregnancy, but there was no family history of mental disorders.
A case report of condyloma acuminatum of urethral meatus in a boy.
1 The lesion may look wart-like or cauliflower like and may be difficult to differentiate clinically from verruca vul- garis, condyloma acuminatum, verruciform xanthoma or focal epithelial hyperplasia.
These tumor types can be categorized as follows: (1) squamous cell tumors including condyloma acuminatum, flat squamous dysplasia, and invasive squamous cell carcinoma and its variants; (2) adenocarcinoma including rectal type adenocarcinoma, the so-called anal gland adenocarcinoma, fistula-related mucinous adenocarcinoma, and intraepithelial adenocarcinoma (ie, Paget disease); (3) neuroendocrine neoplasms including carcinoid tumor, small cell carcinoma, and non-small cell high-grade neuroendocrine carcinoma; (4) malignant melanoma; (5) mesenchymal tumors; and (6) malignant lymphoma.
Condyloma acuminatum (human papilloma-virus) is the most common finding (40-50%) in many series, followed by peri-anal ulcers (32%), fistula-in-ano (30%), anal fissures (30%), sepsis and abscesses, complicated haemorrhoids and proctocolitis.
It is followed by Molluscum Contagiosum (24%) and then by Condyloma Acuminatum (20%) which was seen only in male patients and Multidermatomal Herpes Zoster (16%) (Table 2).
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.