Patients usually present with a huge perianal oozing mass. The lesion has usually been present for many years and had a slow growth. Patients may also complain of anal pain, bleeding, pruritus, difficulty in walking and defecation, fistula, or perianal abscess.
Anal verrucous carcinoma is a very rare tumor and it is difficult to assess its incidence.
The mean age at presentation is 42 years (16–82 years).
The incidence in males is significantly higher than in females (ratio 3.2:1).
Verrucous carcinoma often occurs in the...