condyloma

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin condylōma, from Ancient Greek κονδύλωμα (kondúlōma, wart), from κόνδυλος (kóndulos).

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condyloma (plural condylomas or condylomata)

  1. (pathology) A wartlike growth on the skin or a mucous membrane, caused by certain types of HPV viruses, usually occurring in the genital area

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