verrucosis

ver·ru·co·sis

(ver'ū-kō'sis),
A condition marked by the appearance of multiple warts.
[L. verruca, wart, + G. -osis, condition]

verrucosis

A condition characterized by multiple warty excrescences. See Lymphostatic verrucosis.

verrucosis

(vĕr″oo-kō′sĭs) [L. verruca, wart, + Gr. osis, condition]
The condition of having multiple warts.
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The recent opinion is that generalized verrucosis (GV) and epidermodysplasia verruciformis (EV) should be considered as two separate entities that present similar clinical features.
Generalized verrucosis has been defined as a diffuse cutaneous human papillomavirus infection characterized by more than 20 lesions located in more than one region of the body.
Generalized verrucosis is described as a chronic disease with marked resistance to localized and systemic therapies.
Epidermodysplasia verruciformis and generalized verrucosis: the same disease?
Generalized verrucosis: a review of the associated diseases, evaluation, and treatments.
Human papillomavirus type 57 in generalized verrucosis without immunodeficiency.
Immunodeficiency predisposes to persistent HPV infections and the development of generalized verrucosis (2,3).
The skin color and texture are normal until the later stages, when the skin becomes thickened and darkened, and develops multiple papillomatous projections called lymphostatic verrucosis (mossy foot).