Condylomas are small warts that appear in the external genitalia and are due to infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). They are transmitted by sexual intercourse and may appear much later than the infection with the virus.

The size of condylomas ranges from pin head to lentil, but when there are many warts, they tend to grow and throng and the lesions can be impressively large.

Today, condylomas can be removed quickly, effectively and painlessly with the use of high precision Laser, without scarring.

Women should be screened on a PAP test regularly and re-examined externally for possible relapses.

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