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What are Condylomas?

Description of the disease

Condylomas are a disease caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They manifest as warts on the skin or mucous membranes. Condylomas can be solitary or grouped, have different shapes and sizes.


  • Flat condylomas;
  • Colored condylomas;
  • Latent condylomas.


The main symptom of condyloma is the appearance of warts on the skin or mucous membranes. They can be bothersome and cause itching or discomfort.


Condylomas are transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person. Vertical transmission is also possible - from mother to child during childbirth.


Condyloma diagnosis is carried out by a gynecologist or urologist based on examination and medical history. Laboratory tests may be prescribed to confirm the presence of the HPV virus.


Condyloma treatment includes the use of local medications, removal of warts using surgical methods, and the use of immunomodulatory therapy.


Condyloma prevention includes the use of condoms during sexual contact, vaccination against HPV, and maintaining hygiene.


If there is a suspicion of condylomas, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist or urologist for diagnosis and treatment.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.