Oral papilloma - Oral Mucosal Lesion
B07.8 – Other viral warts
D10.30 – Benign neoplasm of unspecified part of mouth
402908003 – Oral wart
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls
- – Often arises in children on the vermillion or on the labial mucosa. Cutaneous warts are often present as well. Caused by HPV types 2 and 4.
- – Condyloma is considered a sexually transmitted disease caused by one of several strains of HPV, with lesions developing at the site of sexual contact. They are usually sessile, pink, have blunted projections, are larger than papillomas, and often are multiple.
- – An uncommon benign lesion is typically seen on the gingiva or alveolar mucosa and may have a yellowish tinge.
- – Multiple flattened or rounded papules, typically with the same color as the surrounding mucosa. More common in children, particularly indigenous populations. Caused by HPV types 13 and 32. Focal epithelial hyperplasia-like lesions have also been described in HIV-infected patients.