Cervical Condyloma Acuminatum is a type of genital wart in the uterine cervix. This sexually transmitted disease develops as a result of a human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. If a person has Cervical Condyloma Acuminatum, she is at a much higher risk of developing other cervical cancers and diseases. Treatment of Cervical Condyloma Acuminatum is most often colposcopy, a procedure which involves a detailed examination of the cervix and a biopsy.
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