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pap·il·lo·ma

 (păp′ə-lō′mə)
n. pl. pap·il·lo·mas or pap·il·lo·ma·ta (-mə-tə)
A small benign epithelial tumor, such as a wart, consisting of an overgrowth of cells on a core of smooth connective tissue.

pap′il·lo′ma·tous adj.
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proposed criteria for diagnosis of CARP requiring 1) presence of scaly, reticulated and papillomatous brown macules and patches; 2) distribution over the upper trunk and neck; 3) negative fungal staining of scales; 4) no improvement following antifungal treatment; and 5) improvement following minocycline.
Treatment of RRP entails surgical removal of the papillomatous lesions at regular intervals, with care taken not to overexcise lesions for fear of long-term voice compromise secondary to vocal fold fibrosis.
Cutaneous TB presents with varied clinical features ranging from papules, nodules, ulcers and papillomatous lesions depending on the route of entry of the bacilli and immune status of the host.
3) with dermatoscelerosis and papillomatous lesions Total 66 (100) Other chronic morbidities Diabetes mellitus 22 (33.
So-called pathognomonic criteria include Lhermitte-Duclos disease and characteristic mucocutaneous lesions such as facial trichlemmomas, acral keratosis, and papillomatous pustules.
In a small percentage of cases, intertriginous areas including the axillae, inframammary areas, groins, and post auricular areas may be involved where the lesions tend to become papillomatous and vegetative.
The surface of the mass was covered with papillomatous proliferative cells bordered by epithelial-like cells (Fig 4), with both cell types showing a high rate of mitotic figures.
The lesion had a papillomatous growth; atypical cells and clusters of nuclei were not found.
Hyperplastic changes have been identified within a period of 1 to 4 weeks, and dysplasia appears at 6 to 8 weeks followed by papillomatous lesion formation at approximately 8 to 10 weeks.
Individuals with the relatively rare (1 in 200,000) Cowden syndrome usually have pathognomonic skin lesions, including papillomatous papules on the face and mucous membranes, by age 30 years.
The papillomatous growth gradually dried up and there was gradual regression in size of warts followed by their sloughing, leaving either scar marks or cutaneous sores.