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Managing a patient with giant condylomata acuminata

Ahmed Babar, Chatturvedi Vare
8 November 2010

<p>This report focuses on a 55-year-old man of Afro-Caribbean origin who presented to a tertiary teaching hospital with a 30-year history of progressively enlarging lesions in his groin. The presence of the lesions was affecting his physical, sexual, social and emotional well-being. Surgical excision was performed and a histopathological diagnosis of giant cell condylomata was made.</p>

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