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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
angiokeratoma of Fordyce +  
Avian Leukosis 
benign dermal neurilemmoma 
Benign Skin Neoplasms, Epithelial +   
biliary papillomatosis +  
breast duct papilloma +  
breast papillomatosis +  
cervix squamous papilloma 
choroid plexus papilloma +   
clear cell acanthoma 
cutaneous ganglioneuroma 
cutaneous mucoepidermoid carcinoma 
Davenport Donlan Syndrome 
dermis tumor +   
epidermal appendage tumor  
Epstein-Barr Virus Infections +   
ethmoid sinus Schneiderian papilloma 
exanthema subitum 
eyelid benign neoplasm +   
Familial Cutaneous Papillomatosis 
Florid Papillomatosis of Nipple 
frontal sinus Schneiderian papilloma 
gallbladder papillomatosis 
granular cell tumor +   
hair follicle neoplasm +   
herpes simplex +   
Hyperkeratosis of the Palms and Soles and Esophageal Papillomas  
Ichthyosis Hystrix Gravior 
intraductal papilloma +  
inverted papilloma +   
Laryngeal Papillomatosis  
Marek Disease 
Merkel cell carcinoma  
molluscum contagiosum  
Murine Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome  
nasal vestibule papilloma 
Ovine Pulmonary Adenomatosis 
papillary adenoma +  
Papillomavirus Infections +   
Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis  
renal pelvis papillary tumor +  
Sarcoma, Avian  
sebaceous gland neoplasm +   
serous surface papilloma 
skin glomangioma +  
skin granular cell tumor 
skin hemangioma +   
skin lipoma 
skin meningioma 
skin papilloma +   
Benign epidermal proliferations or tumors; some are viral in origin.
smallpox +  
sphenoid sinus Schneiderian papilloma 
squamous cell papilloma +  
squamous papillomatosis 
sweat gland neoplasm +   
transitional papilloma +  
verrucous papilloma 
vulvar squamous papilloma +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Verruca ;   Verrucas ;   cutaneous papilloma ;   papilloma of skin ;   wart ;   warts
Primary IDs: MESH:D014860
Alternate IDs: RDO:0002351
Definition Sources: MESH:D014860

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