Condyloma and Condyloma Acuminatum
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Benign condyloma; Genital wart; Usual condyloma
HPV-related exophytic papillomatous epithelial proliferation (Calonje 2011).
Median of 200 affected patients per 100,000 inhabitants (male and female) (Patel et al. 2013).
Sexually active young adults (3rd–4thdecade), rare in older patients.
Male and female adults.
Most cases (85%) are related to low-risk HPV genotypes 6 and 11. High risk genotypes (16, 18, and others) are more common in patients with multiple sexual partners.
Glans, coronal sulcus, foreskin, meatus, scrotum (men), and even urethra or urinary bladder (men and women) for direct extension.
Cryotherapy, laser therapy, or local surgical excision for small circumscribed lesions. Extensive surgery is required for giant destructive condylomas.
Good but recurrence is not uncommon, especially for individuals with multiple sexual partners (Thomas et al. 2017).
Malignant transformation is very...