papillomatous


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papillomatous

[¦pap·ə¦läm·əd·əs]
(medicine)
Characterized by or pertaining to a papilloma.
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Punch biopsy demonstrated interface changes and a perivascular and periadnexal infiltrate involving the superficial and deep dermis (A) in association with irregular papillomatous epidermal hyperplasia (B).
Rhinosporidiosis commonly causes single or multiple, sessile or pedunculated, papillomatous, polypoidal or compact masses within the nasal mucosa or, less frequently, the ocular mucosa.
The cutaneous lesions may be crusted, eczematous, papillomatous, scaling, or ulcerated.
There is debate over the appropriate use of ductography, as a normal ductogram does not exclude the finding of an intraductal lesion, and complete central duct excision should remove all of the tissue commonly associated with papillomatous changes, which would make it unnecessary for localization," she said.
Charles, age 12, indeed had tiny papillomatous lesions on his eyelids and face--proven histologically to be multiple basal cell cancers.
The impact of GARDASIL against the overall burden of dysplastic or papillomatous cervical, vulvar, and vaginal disease regardless of HPV detection, results from a combination of prophylactic efficacy against vaccine HPV types, disease contribution from vaccine HPV types present at time of vaccination, the disease contribution from HPV types not contained in the vaccine, and disease in which HPV was not detected.
The appearance of the tumour ranges from flat to nodular to papillomatous.
Some areas of the cyst wall displayed a papillomatous architecture that morphologically resembled verrucous lesions.
The objectives of this study were to identify climatic factors (latitude, temperature, and housing) and surface factors that influence the risk of 4 different types of foot lesions (hyperkeratosis, nodular lesions, papillomatous growths, and fissures) in captive flamingos.
Histologically, sialadenoma papilliferum is grouped with two other papillomatous salivary gland neoplasms: inverted ductal and intraductal papillomas.
Stage 2 lymphedema is not reversible upon elevation and has no papillomatous changes.