condyloma acuminata

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condyloma acuminata

[‚kän·də′lō·mə ə‚kyü·mə′näd·ə]
(medicine)
A venereal disease characterized by wartlike growths on the genital organs; thought to be of viral origin.
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The 5 Day (Or Less) Genital Wart Eradication System' covers every single detail needed for you to finally regain your life.
Prescription Drugs: Two drugs dominate the genital wart market: Aldara, originally marketed by 3M and since sold to Graceway Pharmaceuticals in 2006; and Podofilox marketed by Watson Pharmaceuticals.
Rapid decline in presentations of genital warts after the implementation of a national quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccination programme for young women.
Zyclara Cream's clinical studies demonstrated that using its once-daily treatment regimen, for up to eight weeks, safely and effectively clears genital warts.
Genital warts are common and the types of virus that cause them are not dangerous - most are treated for cosmetic reasons.
The researchers noted that studies of another agent used to treat genital warts, imiquimod, demonstrated clearance rates of between 37% and 52%.
The study found that the medical management rate of genital warts among women potentially covered by the immunization program decreased by 61 percent, from 4.
The proportion of students diagnosed with genital warts at a health center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 2006 was 1.
also resulted in the near disappearance of genital warts in Melbourne area in women under 21 years of age.
Genital warts are a sexually transmitted condition caused by the human papilloma virus but new research shows that there's a significant decline in the numbers of young women with genital warts if they get vaccinated.
A FROM your description it sounds like genital warts.