genital wart

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genital wart

n.
A pointed papilloma typically found on the skin or mucous membranes of the anus and external genitalia, caused by a human papillomavirus transmitted through sexual contact. Also called condyloma acuminatum, venereal wart.
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Noun1.genital wart - a small benign wart on or around the genitals and anus
verruca, wart - (pathology) a firm abnormal elevated blemish on the skin; caused by a virus
Translations
kondyloomavisvasyylä
尖圭コンジローマ
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I tell clients that anal warts are like "barnacles on the tail of a whale." The whale doesn't even know they exist.
The most common cause of an anal stricture is iatrogenic, from excision of anoderm during surgery for hemorrhoids, anal warts, or fistulae-in-ano [2, 4].
Participants agreed that "males are at risk for HPV infection" (91.2%), and "genital and anal warts can cause serious physical, emotional, and financial consequences for male patients" (82.9%).
In 2013, MWPyV was detected in the fecal sample of a healthy child, and it has also been detected in samples from patients with gastrointestinal symptoms and in anal warts (10,11).
The findings usually vary from fissure in Ano, fistula in Ano, hemorrhoids, perianal abscess, perianal hematoma, sentinel tag of skin, anal carcinoma, anal warts, anal polyps, rectal carcinoma, and prolapse rectum.
In 1984, researchers at New York's Beth Israel Medical Center published four cases of anal carcinoma in situ in 7 MSM with anal warts. (14) Lesions in all these men had morphology consistent with papillomavirus infection.
The incidence of anal warts is growing rapidly, especially in men that have sex with men.
Risk factors for genital and anal warts in a prospective cohort of HIV-negative homosexual men: the HIM study.
This retrospective study looked for evidence of hidden anal cancer or pre-cancerous cell changes in anal warts which were surgically removed from 320 men who have sex with men, who were treated between 2002 and 2007 for anal warts.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Gardasil, the vaccine, for girls in 2006 and for boys for treatment of genital and anal warts in 2009.