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in man, a limited inflammatory papillate out-growth of the skin and mucosa.

Condylomas usually arise in places subject to constant friction and irritation. A distinction is made between flat condylomas, mushroomlike growths resting on a broad base that are generally a manifestation of secondary syphilis or yaws, and acuminate condylomas, which are caused by a virus, have a lobular structure, and rest on a thin pedicle.

Condylomas develop, as a rule, in slovenly persons on genitalia that have been moistened by excretions and irritated, in the intergluteal and inguinal folds, and less commonly, in the arm-pits and in the corners of the mouth. The surface of a condyloma may become ulcerated. Condylomas do not disappear spontaneously. They can be treated by eliminating the primary pathological process (treating the syphilis, gonorrhea, yaws, or intertrigo) or by electrocoagulation or curettage.

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Malignan transformation of anorectal giant condyloma acuminatum (Buschke-Loewenstein tumor).
Giant condyloma acuminatum of the anorectum: trends in epidemiology and management: report of a case and review of the literature.
Biopsy from the growth for Histopathological examination is suggestive of Giant Condyloma Accuminata/Buschke-Loewenstein tumour, no evidence of malignancy.
The men behind the eponym--Abraham Buschke and Ludwig Lowenstein: giant condyloma (Buschke-Loewenstein) Am J Dermatopathol.
Management of peri-anal giant condyloma acuminatum-A case report and literature review.
It is believed that the giant condyloma of Buschke and Lowenstein represents the anogenital version of verrucous carcinoma and is an intermediate state between condyloma acuminatum and squamous cell carcinoma.
Giant condyloma acuminatum or Bushke-Lowenstein tumor: review of the literature and report of three cases treated by C[O.
They include condyloma acuminatum, giant condyloma acuminatum, warty (condylomatous) SCC, verrucous carcinoma and low-grade papillary SCC NOS.