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Reconstructive surgery in anal giant condyloma: Report of two cases.

Mingolla GP, Potì O, Carbotta G, Marra C, Borgia G, De Giorgi D - Int J Surg Case Rep (2013)

Bottom Line: The authors present two cases treated with an S-plasty rotating and a bilateral house advancement flap respectively with good functional result.In limited lesions primary excision can be safely performed leaving wounds open to granulate while in more extensive lesions flap or skin graft coverage is preferable to decrease the length of recovery and minimize risk of severe anal stricture.No sufficient data are available to recommend any medical treatment such as interferon, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

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Affiliation: General Surgery Unit, San Giuseppe da Copertino Hospital - Asl Lecce, Copertino, LE, Italy. Electronic address: pieromingolla@libero.it.

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Case 1: Giant anal condyloma involving the perianal region.
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fig0005: Case 1: Giant anal condyloma involving the perianal region.

Mentions: Detailed examination showed no propagation into the anal canal. The lesion gradually increased in size causing difficulty walking and sitting (Fig. 1).


Reconstructive surgery in anal giant condyloma: Report of two cases.

Mingolla GP, Potì O, Carbotta G, Marra C, Borgia G, De Giorgi D - Int J Surg Case Rep (2013)

Case 1: Giant anal condyloma involving the perianal region.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC3860016&req=5

fig0005: Case 1: Giant anal condyloma involving the perianal region.
Mentions: Detailed examination showed no propagation into the anal canal. The lesion gradually increased in size causing difficulty walking and sitting (Fig. 1).

Bottom Line: The authors present two cases treated with an S-plasty rotating and a bilateral house advancement flap respectively with good functional result.In limited lesions primary excision can be safely performed leaving wounds open to granulate while in more extensive lesions flap or skin graft coverage is preferable to decrease the length of recovery and minimize risk of severe anal stricture.No sufficient data are available to recommend any medical treatment such as interferon, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: General Surgery Unit, San Giuseppe da Copertino Hospital - Asl Lecce, Copertino, LE, Italy. Electronic address: pieromingolla@libero.it.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus