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Condyloma Acuminatum in Rochester, Minn, 1950-1978: I. Epidemiology and Clinical Features

Condyloma Acuminatum in Rochester, Minn, 1950-1978: I. Epidemiology and Clinical Features Abstract • From 1950 through 1978, condyloma acuminatum was diagnosed in 746 residents of Rochester, Minn (246 male and 500 female subjects). With the number of cases increasing almost every year until 1975, the mean annual incidence rate reached 106.5 per 100,000 population in the period 1975 through 1978, apparently the highest reported to date. Among age groups, the rate was highest in the 20- through 24-year-old group. Female patients contracted the infection at a higher rate and at a younger age than male patients. Anal condyloma occurred in one third of the male subjects studied and recurrent condyloma in 30% of the male subjects. More female than male patients had lesions at multiple locations. (Arch Dermatol 1984;120:469-475) References 1. Rowson KEK, Mahy BWJ: Human papova (wart) virus . Bacteriol Rev 1967;31:110-131. 2. Barrett TJ, Silbar JD, McGinley JP: Genital warts: A venereal disease . JAMA 1954;154:333-334.Crossref 3. Teokharov BA: Non-gonococcal infections of the female genitalia . Br J Vener Dis 1969;45:334-339. 4. Oriel JD: Natural history of genital warts . Br J Vener Dis 1971;47:1-13. 5. Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health and Social Security, 1979: Sexually transmitted diseases . Br J Vener Dis 1981;57:402-405. 6. Academic Department of Genitourinary Medicine of the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, the Communicable Surveillance Centre, and the Communicable Diseases (Scotland) Unit: Sexually transmitted disease surveillance 1978 . Br Med J 1979; 2:1375-1376. 7. Wright RA, Judson FN: Relative and seasonal incidences of the sexually transmitted diseases: A two-year statistical review . Br J Vener Dis 1978;54:433-440. 8. Zur Hausen H: Condylomata acuminata and human genital cancer . Cancer Res 1976;36:794. 9. Boxer RJ, Skinner DG: Condylomata acuminata and squamous cell carcinoma . Urology 1977;9:72-78.Crossref 10. Powell LC Jr: Condyloma acuminatum: Recent advances in development, carcinogenesis, and treatment . Clin Obstet Gynecol 1978;21:1061-1079.Crossref 11. Venereal Disease Control Division, Bureau of State Services, Center for Disease Control: Gonorrhea—United States . MMWR 1979;28:533-534. 12. Palumbo PJ, Elveback LR, Chu C-P, et al: Diabetes mellitus: Incidence, prevalence, survivorship, and causes of death in Rochester, Minnesota, 1945-1970 . Diabetes 1976;25:566-573.Crossref 13. Chuang T-Y, Ilstrup DM, Perry HO, et al: Pityriasis rosea in Rochester, Minnesota, 1969-1978: A ten-year epidemiologic study . J Am Acad Dermatol 1982;7:80-89.Crossref 14. Von Krogh G: Lokalisation, spridningssatt och behandling av condyloma acuminata . Lakartidningen 1975;72:2167-2170. 15. Kurland LT, Elveback LR, Nobrega FT: Population studies in Rochester and Olmsted County, Minnesota, 1900-1968 , in Kessler II, Levin ML (eds): The Community as an Epidemiologic Laboratory: A Casebook of Community Studies . Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1970, pp 47-70. 16. Kurland LT, Elveback LR, Nobrega FT: Mayo Clinic records linkage system in the Rochester-Olmsted Epidemiology Program Project , in Davies AM (ed): Uses of Epidemiology in Planning Health Services . Belgrade, Savremena Administracija, 1973, pp 164-176. 17. Krzyzek RA, Watts SL, Anderson DL, et al: Anogenital warts contain several distinct species of human papillomavirus . J Virol 1980;36:236-244. 18. Goldman L, Feldman M, Levitt S: Condyloma acuminata in infants and children . Arch Dermatol 1976;112:1329.Crossref 19. Schofield CBS: Seasonal variations in the reported incidence of sexually transmitted diseases in Scotland (1972-1976) . Br J Vener Dis 1979;55:218-222. 20. Oriel JD: Anal warts and anal coitus . Br J Vener Dis 1971;47:373-376. 21. Hage E, Larsen PO: Condylomata acuminata: En retrospektiv undersogelse . Ugeskr Laeger 1975;137:678-681. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Dermatology American Medical Association

Condyloma Acuminatum in Rochester, Minn, 1950-1978: I. Epidemiology and Clinical Features

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Abstract • From 1950 through 1978, condyloma acuminatum was diagnosed in 746 residents of Rochester, Minn (246 male and 500 female subjects). With the number of cases increasing almost every year until 1975, the mean annual incidence rate reached 106.5 per 100,000 population in the period 1975 through 1978, apparently the highest reported to date. Among age groups, the rate was highest in the 20- through 24-year-old group. Female patients contracted the infection at a higher rate and at a younger age than male patients. Anal condyloma occurred in one third of the male subjects studied and recurrent condyloma in 30% of the male subjects. More female than male patients had lesions at multiple locations. (Arch Dermatol 1984;120:469-475) References 1. Rowson KEK, Mahy BWJ: Human papova (wart) virus . Bacteriol Rev 1967;31:110-131. 2. Barrett TJ, Silbar JD, McGinley JP: Genital warts: A venereal disease . JAMA 1954;154:333-334.Crossref 3. Teokharov BA: Non-gonococcal infections of the female genitalia . Br J Vener Dis 1969;45:334-339. 4. Oriel JD: Natural history of genital warts . Br J Vener Dis 1971;47:1-13. 5. Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health and Social Security, 1979: Sexually transmitted diseases . Br J Vener Dis 1981;57:402-405. 6. Academic Department of Genitourinary Medicine of the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, the Communicable Surveillance Centre, and the Communicable Diseases (Scotland) Unit: Sexually transmitted disease surveillance 1978 . Br Med J 1979; 2:1375-1376. 7. Wright RA, Judson FN: Relative and seasonal incidences of the sexually transmitted diseases: A two-year statistical review . Br J Vener Dis 1978;54:433-440. 8. Zur Hausen H: Condylomata acuminata and human genital cancer . Cancer Res 1976;36:794. 9. Boxer RJ, Skinner DG: Condylomata acuminata and squamous cell carcinoma . Urology 1977;9:72-78.Crossref 10. Powell LC Jr: Condyloma acuminatum: Recent advances in development, carcinogenesis, and treatment . Clin Obstet Gynecol 1978;21:1061-1079.Crossref 11. Venereal Disease Control Division, Bureau of State Services, Center for Disease Control: Gonorrhea—United States . MMWR 1979;28:533-534. 12. Palumbo PJ, Elveback LR, Chu C-P, et al: Diabetes mellitus: Incidence, prevalence, survivorship, and causes of death in Rochester, Minnesota, 1945-1970 . Diabetes 1976;25:566-573.Crossref 13. Chuang T-Y, Ilstrup DM, Perry HO, et al: Pityriasis rosea in Rochester, Minnesota, 1969-1978: A ten-year epidemiologic study . J Am Acad Dermatol 1982;7:80-89.Crossref 14. Von Krogh G: Lokalisation, spridningssatt och behandling av condyloma acuminata . Lakartidningen 1975;72:2167-2170. 15. Kurland LT, Elveback LR, Nobrega FT: Population studies in Rochester and Olmsted County, Minnesota, 1900-1968 , in Kessler II, Levin ML (eds): The Community as an Epidemiologic Laboratory: A Casebook of Community Studies . Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1970, pp 47-70. 16. Kurland LT, Elveback LR, Nobrega FT: Mayo Clinic records linkage system in the Rochester-Olmsted Epidemiology Program Project , in Davies AM (ed): Uses of Epidemiology in Planning Health Services . Belgrade, Savremena Administracija, 1973, pp 164-176. 17. Krzyzek RA, Watts SL, Anderson DL, et al: Anogenital warts contain several distinct species of human papillomavirus . J Virol 1980;36:236-244. 18. Goldman L, Feldman M, Levitt S: Condyloma acuminata in infants and children . Arch Dermatol 1976;112:1329.Crossref 19. Schofield CBS: Seasonal variations in the reported incidence of sexually transmitted diseases in Scotland (1972-1976) . Br J Vener Dis 1979;55:218-222. 20. Oriel JD: Anal warts and anal coitus . Br J Vener Dis 1971;47:373-376. 21. Hage E, Larsen PO: Condylomata acuminata: En retrospektiv undersogelse . Ugeskr Laeger 1975;137:678-681.

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Archives of DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 1, 1984

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