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Description:This HIV-positive patient was exhibiting signs of a secondary condyloma acuminata infection, i.e., venereal warts.
This intraoral eruption of condyloma acuminata, or venereal warts was caused by the human papilloma virus. Though oral HPV is a rare occurrence, HIV reduces the body’s immune response, and therefore, such secondary infections can manifest themselves.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Sol Silverman, Jr., DDS
Creation Date:1999
Photo Credit:Sol Silverman, Jr., DDS
Links:CDC – Nat. Cntr. For HIV, STD and TB Prevention; Div. of HIV/AIDS prevention
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