Benign tumors of squamous epithelium covered in this course are firm, non-tender, white to tan, and have a rough, cauliflower, or warty surface. They are fixed to the surface mucosa.
Papilloma, verruca, and condyloma are warts caused by human papillomavirus.
Condyloma acuminatum* is a warty soft tissue enlargement caused by human papilloma virus. It is a sexually transmitted disease and is most common in the anogenital region. It often has multiple lesions. Condyloma is treated by surgical excision. The patient's sexual partner should also be treated.