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Anal HPV Tumor
Calling this diagnosis “anal warts” could be misunderstood by patients and not addressing this appropriately. This terminology will give the impression to patients that they have some type of bumps like a plantar wart on their anal area instead of their hand and foot. Therefore, patients will overlook the serious condition of their HPV in the perianal and anal area which could simply make significant changes in the patient’s lifestyle, career, relationship, with poor prognosis and many complications. No regular skin warts capable or life-changing is similar to anal HPV tumor.
Patients will attempt to use over-the-counter wart removal and acid which mask the diagnosis and spread and complicate their condition.
Anal warts are benign tumors caused by HPV which can eventually cause complications and red flags for possible anal cancer when mixed with a high-risk virus or abnormal cells.
Anal HPV Tumor Diagnosis
The final diagnosis comes from a tissue biopsy. Tissue biopsy and pathology is a must in patients with anal HPV tumor to make sure there are no cellular changes toward carcinoma and confirming the HPV diagnosis.
HPV benign tumor is highly vascular, it means it will easily bleed which could spread the HPV further in the area. Surgeons must be extremely careful to minimize HPV growth bleeding during the biopsy. We are extremely careful in our institution of technology we use to minimize or eliminate bleeding. The sample will be sent to the pathologist and the laboratory will put the sample in the bloc and will cut and stain to be read by pathologist's medical doctor. Pathologists must be a very experienced to read microscopic slides and report back to the surgeon.
Anal HPV Complications
1) Anal irritation, itching, and pain
3) Infection and spotting
4) Anal anatomical changes
4) Pre-cancerous and cellular Changes
5) Anal squamous cell Carcinoma
Psychological Effect of Anal HPV
HPV is a sexually transmitted disease and feeling having an ongoing STD is very disturbing.
Anal HPV is usually progressive disease Anal HPV is usually a progressive disease and it gets worse over time. Although you might live with genital HPV for while but not with anal HPV. Anal HPV has many symptoms that constantly bring your attention to the area. The patient is unable to focus on his / her life unless the condition gets treated. Repetitive failure treatment would emotionally impact the patient and feeling helpless. Successful removal would reverse this course.
Benign Anal HPV tumor is treatable
Every year we accept numerous cases of Anal HPV tumor for treatment from single one quadrant infection to full obstructive cases. We have hardly ever failed a case and all our patient who got treated by our institution gets complete recovery and get back to their lives. That is a significant statement and we are proud and stand 100% behind its accuracy supported by sample cases in this page.
We only provide a surgical management approach please refer to one of our procedure approach, BCR™
Failed Anal Warts Treatment
HPV tumor is in contact with surrounding tissue in the anal canal or pre-anal area. Failed treatment cause irritation of tumor and viral shedding and infecting uninfected part by autoinoculation. In certain disorders or diseases, failed treatment is just a failed step however in Anal HPV tumor ( anal warts ) it is not just a simple failure. It is the promotion of disease and HPV progression. in other words, failed treatment would spread the virus and cause more prominent infections and tumors. it is imperative that you treat your condition with an experience physician/surgeon with many successful cases to support it.