What is condyloma surgery?

What is condyloma surgery?

Condyloma removal is the process to remove or destroy genital warts.

How long does it take to recover from papilloma surgery?

While there may be some discomfort during the procedure, it is not painful. Recovery can take one to three days, depending on the number of warts removed or the size of the area treated for abnormal cells. Sexual activity should be avoided for one to three weeks after the procedure.

What is excision and fulguration of condyloma?

For many early (few, small) infections, topical treatment with acid and/or medicated cream is sufficient. If the course of treatment is not effective, or your disease is extensive surgery may be suggested. This procedure is termed excision and fulguration of warts. The surgery is performed with electrocautery or laser.

Can condyloma be cured?

There is no cure for genital warts. The goal of treatment is to remove visible warts and decrease the risk of spreading the virus. There are many different treatments that your doctor may recommend, none of which are 100% effective. Most treatment types will get rid of the warts in 60–90% of cases, however.

What is the name of the surgery to remove the spleen?

A splenectomy is surgery to remove the entire spleen, a delicate, fist-sized organ that sits under the left rib cage near the stomach. The spleen is an important part of the body’s defense (immune) system. If only part of the spleen is removed, the procedure is called a partial splenectomy.

How to get rid of condyloma after surgery?

• Ask someone to drive you to appointments until you are able to sit and move comfortably. • Take a sitz baths (sit for 15-20 minutes in warm water) at least 3 times a day and after each bowel movement. • Don’t worry if you have some bleeding, discharge, or itching during your recovery. This is normal.

When to have a spleen cyst or tumor removed?

Cyst or tumor. Noncancerous cysts or tumors inside the spleen may require splenectomy if they become large or are difficult to remove completely. Your doctor may also remove your spleen to help diagnose a condition, especially if you have an enlarged spleen and he or she can’t determine why. Splenectomy is generally a safe procedure.

How are the incisions for a splenectomy made?

Laparoscopic splenectomy. During laparoscopic splenectomy, the surgeon makes four small incisions in your abdomen. He or she then inserts a tube with a tiny video camera into your abdomen through one of the incisions.