Condyloma anus surgery

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Anal warts, also known as condyloma, are growths found on the skin around the anus rectal opening and sometimes in the anal canal. Anal warts are caused by the human papilloma virus, which is usually transmitted through sexual contact but not necessarily through anal intercourse. The same type of warts may occur on the penis, scrotum, vagina or labia. The time from exposure to the virus and growth of the warts is commonly from one to six months, but it can be longer. During that time the virus remains in the tissues but is inactive. There are many types of human papilloma virus; some cause warts on the hands and feet and others cause genital and anal warts.

Surgical excision of extensive anal condylomata is a safe operation without risk of anal stenosis

Anal Warts (Condyloma) - Colon & Rectal Surgery Associates

Introduction: Anal condylomata acuminata was a well-known disease in ancient times but in recent years there has been a rapidly increasing number of people who suffer from this disease. The main cause of this disease is infection of human papilloma virus HPV which occurs through sexual contact. Currently there are three different ways to treat anal condylomata. Small changes of anal condylomata can be treated with local therapeutic agents, but the best results of treatment of extensive changes are obtained by surgical techniques. The survey was conducted from to Patients had been directed to the surgical ward by general surgeons and practitioners, proctologists and urologists. The diagnosis was made after proctological assessment in the knee-chest position.

Condyloma Removal

Anal warts also called condyloma acuminata are small growths of skin that appear around the anus. They can be removed and may be cut away using a surgical blade, a laser or a heated instrument, depending on their size and location. Anal warts genital warts are caused by a virus called human papilloma virus HPV , which infects the top layers of your skin. They should be removed since they can grow and spread, causing discomfort, and can affect your bowel movements. Removing the warts doesn't mean you are free from HPV.
Anal warts, also known as condyloma acuminata, are caused by the human papilloma virus HPV. This virus is transmitted person to person by direct contact and is considered a sexually transmitted disease STD. Exposure to the virus may have occurred several years before the warts develop. Anal intercourse is not necessary to contract anal condyloma. If not removed, anal warts will grow larger and spread.