papillomatous


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papillomatous

[¦pap·ə¦läm·əd·əs]
(medicine)
Characterized by or pertaining to a papilloma.
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After the laryngoscope was placed in suspension, the papillomatous lesions were ablated with a C[O.
An exophytic papillomatous tumor in the left femoral region (A) and dry necrosis distal from the right hallux (B).
There is a vast variety of clinical and radiologic manifestations of intraductal papillomatous lesions of the breast.
6) 5 (26) Leucoplakic 9 (14) 4 (44) 5 (56) Papillomatous 4 (6) 2 (50) 2 (50) Ulcerative 20 (31) 0 20 (100) Fungating mass 12 (19) 0 12 (100) Tumor location Limbus 35 (55) 18 (51) 17 (49) Bulbar conjunctiva 6 (9) 0 6 (100) Palpebral conjunctiva 23 (36) 2 (9) 21 (91) Growth pattern Nodular 42 (66) 20 (48) 22 (52) Diffuse 22 (34) 0 22 (100) Orbital invasion or invasion of adjacent structures Present 24 (38) 0 24 (100) Absent 40 (63) 20 (50) 20 (50) Management Wide surgical excision 46 (72) 20 (44) 26 (57) Exenteration 18 (28) 0 18 (100) T category T1 or T2 44 (68) 20 (46) 24 (55) T3 or T4 20 (20) 0 20 (100) Largest tumor diameter, cm <2 27 (42) 13 (48) 14 (52) [greater than or equal to]2 37 (58) 7 (19) 30 (81) Variable P Value (a) Age, y <50 .
2) In addition, patients may present with signs of Cowden Syndrome: trichilemmomas, papillomatous papules, acral keratoses, lipomas, neuromas, hemangiomas, scrotal tongue, macrocephaly, breast adenomas and fibrocystic breast disease, thyroid adenomas, and uterine leiomyomas.
Irregularity informing lesions with a papillomatous mass holding the ventricle and extending into the ventricle was seen after CT examination.
In advanced lymphoedema (stage III), which rarely occurs after treatment of breast cancer, cartilaginous hardening occurs, with papillomatous outgrowths and hyperkeratosis of the skin.
8) The papillomatous variant is less common and is usually located on the masticatory mucosa such as the tongue and attached gingiva.
The skin color and texture are normal until the later stages, when the skin becomes thickened and darkened, and develops multiple papillomatous projections called lymphostatic verrucosis (mossy foot).
Terra firma-forme dermatosis (TFFD), which is characterized by dirt like brown hyperpigmented papillomatous plaques, is an asymptomatic keratinization disorder of an unknown etiology.
Mossy changes: round or fusiform, either fluid-filled (and hence translucent) lesions, or papillomatous hyperkeratotic horny lesions giving the skin surface a rough velvet-like appearance.