venereal wart


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Synonyms for venereal wart

a small benign wart on or around the genitals and anus

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Condyloma acuminatum also known as venereal wart is a relatively common benign epithelial proliferation that most commonly located on the mucous membranes of varying tissues with warm moist squamous epithelial surface.
Out of total 178 STI patients, the commonest STI were balanoposthitis (36.5%, n= 65) followed by genital scabies (17.4%, n=31), genital herpes (10.7%, n= 19), venereal warts (8.4%, n= 15), nongonococcal urethritis (7.9%, n= 14) and chancroid (6.7%, n= 12).
(1,2) They observed a penile lesion that clinically resembled both common condyloma acuminate (venereal warts) and squamous cell carcinoma, but differing from both of them regarding the biological (1) behaviour and the histopathological appearance.
Condylomata acuminata linguae (venereal warts of the tongue).
Stan Block, who practices in a six-pediatrician group in Bardstown, Ky., with a large adolescent population, explains that "the lifetime risk of getting cervical, anal, vaginal, or vulvar precancer or cancer goes from about 1 in 20 without vaccination to 1 in 50 with vaccination," and that the risk of venereal warts similarly drops from 1 in 10 without vaccination with Gardasil to about 1 in 100 with vaccination.
Stan Block, who practices in a six-pediatrician group in Bardstown, Ky,, with a large adolescent population, said that "'numbers give parents something concrete to hang their hats on." He tells many parents that "'the lifetime risk of getting cervical, anal, vaginal, or vulvar precancer or cancer goes from about I in 20 without vaccination to 1 in 50 with vaccination," and that the risk of venereal warts similarly drops from 1 in 10 without vaccination with Gardasil to about 1 in 100 with vaccination.
Genital warts, also known as condylomata acuminate (other names include penile warts, venereal warts; Condyloma), are caused by the human papillomavirus: benign cellular outgrowths with HPV Types 6 and 11 causing 90% of genital warts cases.