Condyloma, papilloma, warts, genital warts – are terms for a very unpleasant viral sexually transmitted disease. Their characteristic is that the treatment is very difficult, they are almost impossible to remove, and there is a chance of malignant alteration.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a cause of this common sexually transmitted disease that affects both men and women…
Condyloma treatment is attempted using various means: prescribed liquid chemicals (Kondiloks, Imiquimod, Podophyllin), cryotherapy (freezing), electrocoagulation (burning), injection of interferon in each condyle (protein that produces immunity to the virus),…
All of those methods actually only treat manifestations of HPV, without curing the cause. Likewise, the aforementioned methods are mostly suitable for smaller superficial growths.
Despite the aforementioned, it is important to notice that HPV infection cannot be completely cured.
Since it mainly affects young people and people of childbearing age, it is important to minimize damage to the surrounding tissue and preserve the reproductive function.
Such methods are – surgical methods: removal of condyloma by radiofrequency and laser.
The procedure is done under local or general intravenous anesthesia – depending on the location and number of warts.