papillomatosis


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papillomatosis

[‚pap·ə‚lō·mə′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Widespread formation of papillomas.
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From these observations, it may be added that besides the size of amyloid deposition, prominent hyperkeratosis, acanthosis and papillomatosis, other features like increased basal layer pigmentation and pigment incontinence (both more frequent in macular amyloidosis) as well as papillomatosis and periappendageal mononuclear and neutrophilic dermal infiltrate (more frequent in lichen amyloidosis) can be used for distinction between the two histologically.
Juvenile papillomatosis of the breast: sonographic appearance.
Esophageal papillomatosis from human papilloma virus proven by polymerase chain reaction.
Surgical treatment and adjuvant therapies of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis.
Described first by Rosen and Kimmel, (5) juvenile papillomatosis is a localized, unifocal or multifocal mass forming a florid, proliferative breast lesion occurring in young women, which has a characteristic, multicystic gross morphology.
Traumatic laryngeal lesions and recurrent laryngeal papillomatosis could be cured only in 37.
Cutaneous papillomatosis is a contagious and benign type of tumour commonly seen in cattle of all ages exhibiting cauliflower like small growth on skin (Radostits et al.
Laryngeal papillomatosis is a medical condition caused by a viral infection that leads to masses affecting the larynx and upper respiratory tract.
Direct laryngoscopy and biopsy are essential to exclude other more common causes of vocal fold abnormalities, including malignancy and respiratory papillomatosis.
On microscopic examination, there was duct papillomatosis along with cystically dilated spaces filled with secretions.
Anaconda Pharma's lead candidate is AP611074, a patented, direct-acting antiviral in development for the treatment of condyloma, or anogenital warts, as well as the orphan disease recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, both of which are caused by human papillomavirus types 6 and 11.