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Condyloma (plural: "Condylomata", from Greek "knuckle") refers to an infection of the genitals. The two subtypes are:
- Condyloma acuminata, or genital warts, caused by human papilloma virus subtypes 6, 11, and others
- Condylomata lata, white lesions associated with secondary syphilis
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