papillomatous


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papillomatous

[¦pap·ə¦läm·əd·əs]
(medicine)
Characterized by or pertaining to a papilloma.
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Singh and Somvanshi (2010) have also recorded presence of BPV-2 segment in papillomatous growth.
After the laryngoscope was placed in suspension, the papillomatous lesions were ablated with a C[O.sub.2] laser attached to a microscope.
Histologically, a papillomatous pattern with acanthosis is noted in all the cases of verruciform lesions and thus they may mimic each other both clinically and on microscopy (Table 1) [2, 10-12].
In addition she declared to have an intraoral operation due to an epulis lesion which at the pathological examination was reported as papillomatous lesion in the region of maxillary 11-12th teeth.
Most lesions consist of well-circumscribed hyperpigmented papillomatous papules or plaques that are usually asymptomatic.
For unknown reasons, a very small subset of long-lasting condyloma acuminatum eventually evolves into slowly invading tumors and then, if left untreated, into large papillomatous proliferations that penetrate deeply into the underlying tissue [3].
In grade 2, 14 cases were associated with infiltrative borders, 3 cases were associated with DCIS, and 1 case was associated with intraductal papillomatous. In grade 3, 2 cases were associated with atypical medullary features, 1 case was associated with metaplastic carcinoma with osteoclastic giant cells, 1 case was associated with lobular carcinoma, and 2 cases were associated with DICS.
The appearance of the tumour ranges from flat to nodular to papillomatous. There can be various levels of pigmentation and the surface can be necrotic.
To the Editor: A 21-year-old woman from Khayelitsha, Western Cape, presented with a 3 cm diameter papillomatous growth lateral to her left nipple with satellite lesions around the areola.
Rhinosporidiosis commonly causes single or multiple, sessile or pedunculated, papillomatous, polypoidal or compact masses within the nasal mucosa or, less frequently, the ocular mucosa.
Histologically, depending on the state of inflammation, vascularity, and fibrosis, there are three subtypes of urethral caruncle; papillomatous, angiomatous, and granulomatous.
Aiello (1998) opined that there are four common stages in the development ocular tumors which include plaques, keratomas, papillomas and eventually carcinoma, however in present case it was restricted to papillomatous stage or benign stage.