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squamous

[′skwā·məs]
(biology)
Covered with or composed of scales.
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In some studies, the presence of HPV in squamous papilloma has not been investigated (8,9), whereas in others, up to 50% of cases have reported HPV positivite papillomas (5).
Specimen Referral Diagnosis 1 Biopsy Severe cytologic atypia with inflammation 2 Biopsy Mild squamous dysplasia 3 Excision Squamous papilloma 4 Excision Squamous papilloma 5 Biopsy Pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia 6 Biopsy SCC, resection margins negative 7 Biopsy Squamous papilloma 8 Biopsy Moderate dysplasia Oral Cavity Case No.
There are very few documented cases of squamous papilloma in the bladder or urethra.
The differential diagnosis for this lesion included salivary gland-type tumors, a collision tumor, and malignant transformation of a mixed glandular and squamous papilloma.
Key words: Squamous papilloma, Gingiva, HPV infection, Vaccine against HPV
Benign neoplastic lesions 18 constituted squamous papilloma in 9 cases, schwannoma in 2, neurofibroma in 1, neuroma in 1, fibroma in 1, angiokeratoma in 1 and pleomorphic adenoma in 3 cases.
Squamous papilloma (SP) is the most common benign laryngeal tumor.
INTRODUCTION: The localized lesions of the oral cavity have been broadly documented as: Irritation fibroma, Peripheral ossifying fibroma, squamous papilloma, Giant cell fibroma, Pyogenic granuloma and Peripheral giant cell granuloma.
1-4) HPV 6, 11, 16, and 18 are associated with the development of squamous papilloma, condyloma acuminatum, verruca vulgaris, and epithelial hyperplasia of the oral cavity.
Biopsy of the proximal lesion demonstrated parakeratosis, hyperkeratosis, and squamous hyperplasia consistent with squamous papilloma.
One case was associated with squamous papilloma, underlining the importance of thorough sampling.