Condyloma Acuminata: A Fatal Disease?

Rhea Jr, W. Gardner; Bourgeois, Brian M.; Sewell, Daniel R.
November 1998
American Surgeon;Nov1998, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1082
Academic Journal
Highlights a case report documenting the extreme complexity of managing condyloma acuminata (ConA) and the fatal outcome of this virally mediated epithelial overgrowth caused by human papilloma virus (HPV). Areas commonly affected by papillary lesions; HPV types and related pathology; Diagnostic evaluation; History and epidemiology; Treatment and prognosis; Problems in caring for patients with ConA.


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