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Perianal warts cannot be treated with cone biopsy; a colposcopy exam is not necessary in this case, as the diagnosis can be made visually. They vary in size and can form large masses; their growth can extend into the vagina, urethra, cervix, perirectal epithelium, anus, and rectum. The symptom of the disease is pink-to brown papillomatous papules or nodules on the genitalia, perineum, crural folds, and anus. Perianal warts cannot be treated with cone biopsy; a colposcopy exam is not necessary in this case, as the diagnosis can be made visually.

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Perianal Warts

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Cone Biopsy, Colposcopy

Condiloma acuminatum doesn’t become clinically apparent until several months after inoculation with HPV. The highest incidence of GW is found in young adults 15-25 years. The female-to male ratio has been reported to be 1.4:1. This disease affects females more frequently than males. The other name is condyloma acuminatum. Perianal warts cannot be treated with cone biopsy; a colposcopy exam is not necessary in this case, as the diagnosis can be made visually.

Other Topics: HPV Picture, HPV, HPV Test, HPV Fact, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus, Type of Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia, Cervical Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart HPV Picture

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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