Anal Condylomata and Anorectal Stricture
Anal condylomata and anal stricture are dealt with in the same chapter because an anal stricture may follow the excision of condylomata, especially if they are giant and/or invade the circumference of the anal canal. The patient with condylomata is often difficult to manage due to concomitant diseases that cause immunodepression and is more prone to complications and recurrences.
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