What is Bowenoid Papulosis?
(Symptoms, Causes & Treatment)
Bowenoid papulosis is a sexually transmitted disorder which results in lesions likely forming on the genitalia. These lesions are associated with human papillomavirus, the causative agent of genital warts. The lesions have a typical dysplastic histology and are generally considered benign, although a small percentage will develop malignant characteristics. It is considered as a pre-malignant condition.
The lesions are reddish brown or violet in color, small, solid, raised and sometimes velvety. Patients with Bowenoid Papulosis should be monitored carefully. In some cases Bowenoid Papulosis may heal without treatment. Sexual activity should be limited in order to avoid infecting other people during the contagious stages of this disorder.
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