Histopathology

Condylomas are similar to squamous papillomas but with short blunt rounded fronds of hyperplastic epithelium of even length forming a smooth or nodular, flat or rounded surface. Keratin is usually absent or sparse, occasional examples show moderate keratin and are white clinically. Between the folds, crypts or clefts lined by epithelium extend close to the broad base and may be filled with keratin debris in keratinised lesions. Clusters of koilocytes identical to those described above are much commoner than in squamous papillomas and are usually a prominent feature. Unlike squamous papilloma, rete processes are bulbous and short, of even length and do not curve inwards {700,2076}.

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