Clinical features

Squamous papillomas are soft, pedunculated lesions formed by a cluster of finger-like fronds or a sessile, dome-shaped lesion with a nodular, papillary or verrucous surface. The surface may be white or of normal mucosal colour depending on the degree of keratiniza-tion {2076}. Lesions are usually single but fairly frequently multiple, particularly in children and for verruca vulgaris. Squamous papillomas grow rapidly over a period of a few months to a maximum of about 6mm diameter and then remain a constant size.

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