is common in the anogenital skin and mucosa.
The histologic hallmark of a typical condyloma acuminatum
is the presence of koilocytic changes (vacuolated cytoplasm and enlarged, hyperchromatic nuclei with irregular nuclear membranes, with or without binucleation) in a cauliflower-like growth that is composed of papillary excrescences lined by hyperkeratotic squamous epithelium.
14 % (49) was the common diagnosis among the viral OIs, of which 71.
Daling JR, Sherman KJ, Weiss NS: Risk factors for condyloma acuminatum
Verruca are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), the same virus that causes condyloma acuminatum
The most common manifestations of oral HPV infection are the various types of benign warts, which include the squamous papilloma (SP), verruca vulgaris (VV), condyloma acuminatum
(CA) and a distinct entity known as focal epithelial hyperplasia (FEH).
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).
IFN-[Alpha] is an FDA-approved treatment for hairy cell leukemia, condyloma acuminatum
, Kaposi's sarcoma in HIV, and non-A, non-B (type C) viral hepatitis.
Clinically, the differential diagnosis should include acrochordon, condyloma acuminatum
and squamous or urothelial carcinoma; a differential diagnosis is posssible with histopathological analysis.
1-4) HPV 6, 11, 16, and 18 are associated with the development of squamous papilloma, condyloma acuminatum
, verruca vulgaris, and epithelial hyperplasia of the oral cavity.
The types of HPV that cause condyloma acuminatum
most commonly are types 6 and 11.