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pap·il·lo·ma·tous

(pap'i-lō'mă-tŭs),
Relating to a papilloma.
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pap·il·lo·ma·tous

(pap'i-lō'mă-tŭs)
Relating to a papilloma.
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papilloma

(pap-i-lo'ma) ('mat-a) plural.papillomaspapillomata [ papilla + -oma]
1. A benign epithelial tumor.
2. An epithelial tumor of skin or mucous membrane consisting of hypertrophied papillae covered by a layer of epithelium. Included in this group are warts, condylomas, and polyps. papillomatous ('mat-us), adjective See: acanthoma; papillomavirus

papilloma durum

A hardened papilloma, e.g., a wart or corn.

fibroepithelial papilloma

A skin tag containing fibrous tissue.

hard papilloma

A papilloma that develops from squamous epithelium.

Hopmann papilloma

See: Hopmann, Carl Melchior

intracystic papilloma

A papilloma within a cystic adenoma.

intraductal papilloma

A papilloma in the milk ducts of the breast, composed of fibrous tissue and blood vessels. It is the most common cause of spontaneous nipple discharge. Breast biopsies, ductograms, or examination of the discharge for malignant cells are used to evaluate the lesion. Surgery is the preferred treatment.

papilloma molle

Condyloma.

soft papilloma

A papilloma formed from columnar epithelium; applies to any small, soft growth.

villous papilloma

A papilloma with long, thin excrescences, present in the urinary bladder, breast, intestinal tract, or choroid plexus of the cerebral ventricles.
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papillomatous

Of the character of, or pertaining to, a PAPILLOMA.
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(7) Overall, the histology is nonspecific and may be indistinguishable from other benign papillomatous conditions including confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP), acanthosis nigricans, and epidermal nevi.
trunk, vulva, thighs, breast, eyelids or axilla.3 A mature lesion usually comprises of a single, papillomatous, verrucous, sometimes erosive plaque or nodule measuring 1-3 cm in diameter, sometimes multiple or linearly arranged cutaneous nodules are also seen.2 Ulceration or rapid enlargement may indicate malignant transformation, usually to basal cell carcinoma (10% of the cases), rarely adenocarcinoma.3
Punch biopsy demonstrated interface changes and a perivascular and periadnexal infiltrate involving the superficial and deep dermis (A) in association with irregular papillomatous epidermal hyperplasia (B).
Coalescent papules form irregular warty fissured plaques or papillomatous masses, which may become vegetating and malodorous especially in the flexures.
Some areas of the cyst wall displayed a papillomatous architecture that morphologically resembled verrucous lesions.
Internal papillomatous disease--a pathologist's view of cloacal papilloma--and then some!
Microbial plaque and Candida albican have also been implicated in the development of inflammation.2 Angular cheilitis is observed at the corners of mouth frequently accompanying a generalized or papillomatous stomatitis.
Their histologic features are similar to those of papillomatous lesions in the airway, and polymerase chain reaction may identify human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA in the specimen.
Subsequently, grade IV (elephantiasis) with lymphedema, extended to the knee, thickened skin, more deep skin folds, petechial hemorrhage over tibia and showed elephantiasis case with huge elephantoid skin mass, multiple areas with hypopigmentation, papillomatous changes, and scarring.
The interfollicular epidermis is often normal but may appear papillomatous or hyperkeratotic.
No evidence of cloacal papillomatous lesions was observed.
Verruciform or papillomatous PEH is difficult to separate diagnostically from verrucous squamous carcinoma.