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Anal Skin Tags and Haemorrhoids

Skin Tags After Hemorrhoids

Anal skin tags are typically asymptomatic and present problems only when they interfere with perianal hygiene (Fig. 5). They are more prominent with active intestinal disease. Approximately 25 resolve spontaneously, generally after remission of concomitant bowel disease. These tags should not be removed

Local Spread on Epithelial Surfaces

Many viruses replicate in epithelial cells at the site of entry, produce a localized or spreading infection in the epithelium, and are then shed directly into the environment. Infection within the host spreads by sequential infection of neighboring cells. Papillomaviruses initiate infection in the basal layer of the epidermis, but maturation of virions occurs only in cells that have become keratinized as they move toward the skin surface Since this is a slow process, taking several weeks, warts have a long incubation period. Many poxviruses produce infection via the skin, but in addition to spreading from cell to cell, there is usually also local subepithelial and lymphatic spread. In infection with vaccinia virus a few epidermal cells are infected by scarification and virus spreads locally from cell to cell, primarily in the epidermis, before spreading to the local lymph nodes. The poxviruses that cause molluscum contagiosum, orf, and tanapox remain localized in the skin and produce...

Clinical Presentation

Most patients with Crohn's disease present with weight loss, abdominal pain and diarrhoea. An isolated anal lesion is the first manifestation in 5 of patients. Most will develop intestinal symptoms, sometimes many years later 1 . The spectrum of anal complaints is great. Fissures and oedematous skin tags are most common. In the general population most anal fissures are located in the posterior midline. In patients with Crohn's disease, fissures may occur eccentrically. They are deep, indolent and rarely painful unless an abscess is present. Skin tags are usually asymptomatic, but if they become painful or interfere with anal hygiene, they can be excised. They also are an excellent source for biopsy specimens for the presence of granulomata. Other common clinical manifestations include anal stricture, ulceration, complex fistulae, abscesses and finally faecal incontinence. Haemorrhoids are not a common feature of anal Crohn's disease. Management of these varied clinical manifestations...

Papillomaviruses in Human Cancers

Papillomas as benign tumors were the first proliferative condition for which the causation by a viral infection has been convincingly demonstrated. Tumor virology started with the cell-free transmission of oral dog warts by M'Fadyan and Hobday in 1898 (1). These experiments preceded the frequently cited studies of a cell-free transmission of a chicken sarcoma by Peyton Rous (2) by 13 yr and those by Ellermann and Bang (3) on a viral origin of chicken leukemias by 10 yr. Also prior to these observations, in 1907 Ciuffo in Italy (4) showed the transmissibility of human warts in self-inoculation experiments. Thus, papillomas emerged as the first (though benign) tumors with a proven viral etiology. The conversion of virus-caused papillomas into carcinomas was initially observed by Rous and Beard (5) and carefully analyzed by Rous and his associates in cottontail rabbits (6-8). In these years, Rous analyzed synergistic effects of this virus infection with chemical carcinogens and...

Clinical Features

When the CD44 T-cell count falls below about 400 per (xl the patient may develop a constellation of constitutional symptoms (fever, night sweats, oral candidiasis, diarrhea, and weight loss) which used to be known as AIDS-related complex (ARC). Early opportunistic infections begin to be seen. At this intermediate stage of immune depletion these infections are generally not life-threatening. They particularly include infections of the skin and mucous membranes such as tinea, seborrheic dermatitis, bacterial folliculitis, warts, molluscum contagiosum, gingivitis, oral and esophageal candidiasis, oral hairy leukoplakia (Fig. 35-10D), and chronic sinusitis. Reactivation of latent herpesviruses, particularly herpes simplex and zoster, also occurs (see Chapter 20). Gastrointestinal infections, caused by any of a wide vanety of organisms, including the yeast Candida albicans and parasites such as Cryptosporidia, are common. Mycobacterial infections are also common in these patients, and this...

Laser Tissue Contouring And Restructuring

Upper 1 mm (Er YAG laser) or 20 mm (CO2 laser) skin because of the strong absorption of energy by water. This typically leaves 0.05-1 mm of residual thermal damage, which also achieves hemostasis. Lasers have also been used effectively for ablation of warts, actinic cheilitis, and other benign epidermal lesions.

Case 34 Bronchiectasis Affecting Both Lower Lobes

Hamartoma Cxr

The CXR shows a 1.5 cm solitary pulmonary nodule in the left upper lobe (Fig. 35.2). An SPN is described as a single nodule (less than 4 cm) surrounded by normal lung parenchyma. The differential diagnoses for SPN include pseudo nodules (e.g. skin tags, nipple shadows, and bone lesions), primary lung cancer, solitary metastases, granulomas, arteriovenous malformations, pseudo tumors, and hamartomas. In this patient, the CXR a year ago did not demonstrate the shadow. CT (Fig. 35.3) also demonstrates the nodule to be non-calcified and the margins show spiculation making the nodule highly suspicious for malignancy. Thoracotomy and lung biopsy showed primary Stage 1 lung cancer (adenocarci-noma).

Preauricular Lymph Node

Auricular Hillocks

Microtia with preauricular pit (arrow). B. Preauricular pits (arrows). C and D. Preauricular appendages (skin tags). Note the low position of the tag in D. Figure 16.11 A. Microtia with preauricular pit (arrow). B. Preauricular pits (arrows). C and D. Preauricular appendages (skin tags). Note the low position of the tag in D. Preauricular appendages and pits (Fig. 16.11) are skin tags and shallow depressions, respectively, anterior to the ear. Pits may indicate abnormal development of the auricular hillocks, whereas appendages may be due to accessory hillocks. Like other external ear defects, both are associated with other malformations.

Lasers in Dermatology

In dermatology, the CO2 laser is used for tissue vaporization. Compared to the conventional scalpel, it offers the possibility of precise tissue removal without touching the tissue. Thus, feeling of pain is significantly reduced. External ulcers and refractory warts are common indications. In warts, however, deep lesions should be performed to reduce the probability of recurrence.

Viruses Bacteria and Fungi

Viruses are known chiefly for their capacity to produce disease. A number of human ailments are caused by viruses polio, influenza, chicken pox, smallpox, measles, mumps, yellow fever, warts, and the common cold are among these. Much evidence points to viruses as also causing some cancers.

Hypnosis And Psychoneuroimmunology

That the combination of hypnosis and skin reactivity has been investigated for over 50 years, first beginning with work by Clarkson (1937), Zeller (1944) and the early studies by Black and Mason in England (e.g., Black, 1963a,b, 1969 Black, Humphrey & Niven, 1963 Mason & Black, 1958) and continuing to a resurgence of interest in the past 10 years (e.g., Laidlaw, Booth & Large, 1994, 1996 Laidlaw, Large & Booth, 1997 Laidlaw, Richardson, Booth & Large, 1994 Zacharie & Bjerring, 1993 Zachariae, Bjerring & Arendt-Nielsen, 1989). The Mantoux reaction to tuberculin was inhibited by highly hypnotizable subjects who were Man-toux-positive (Black, Humphrey & Niven, 1963 Zachariae, Bjerring & ArendtNielsen, 1989), yet two other studies (Beahrs, Harris & Hilgard, 1970 Locke, Ransil, Covino et al., 1987) were unable to replicate. Asthmatic patients reduced reactions to histamine more so in hypnosis than nonhypnosis conditions (Laidlaw et al., 1994). Further work from New Zealand found that...

Functional Interactions Between Hpvs And Keratinocytes

Indicative of a transforming potential of the protein, as the HPV-1 E7 protein tightly associates with pRb but fails to transform cells in culture (109). The HPV-10 E7 protein lacks this pRb binding motif entirely, suggesting that the virus uses other mechanisms to overcome this growth suppressive pathway. Furthermore, in contrast to the HPV-16 E7 protein, the E7 proteins of HPV types 8 and 47 fail to transform rodent cells (110,111). Yet, in cooperation with activated Ha-ras the HPV-5 and -8 E7 genes are able to give rise to transformed colonies, and the HPV-1 E7 gene can fully transform mouse C127 cells (112). The HPV-16 E7 protein has also been shown to associate with the p21 protein (113,114), a cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor, whose expression is induced by p53 in response to DNA damage and in a p53-independent manner in keratinocyte differentiation. Cells expressing the HPV-16 E7 protein show altered differentiation and an inhibition of PCNA and cyclin A E-associated kinase...

Abnormal findings

Hyposptidius is a developmental abnormality of the penis in which there is incomplete development of the underside of the penis with an abnormal urethral orifice. Ulcerative mucosal lesions of the penis include herpes simplex, syphilis or squamous carcinoma. More rarely, they may be a feature of systemic disorders such as Reiter's syndrome or Behcet's syndrome. Non-ulcerating lesions include viral warts and infection of the prepuce (balanitis I. Any evidence of urethral discharge should be noted and sampling performed for microscopy and culture.

Some cancers are caused by viruses

An important group of virally induced cancers among North Americans and Europeans is the various anogenital cancers caused by papillomaviruses. The genital and anal warts that these viruses cause often develop into tumors. These viruses seem to be able to act on their own, not needing mutations in the host tissue for tumors to arise. Sexual transmission of these papillomaviruses is unfortunately widespread.

Thecomingout Party

Sabin's attitude were correct. None of the panel members commented in our favor. I remember wishing that a helicopter would come and lift me out of there, as I had read in the papers they did with beleaguered white people in the jungles of the war-torn Congo. After the session, Dr. Richard Johnson (Cleveland) gave me a big hug and consoled me with the idea that this attack might bring some prestige later on. Dr. Sabin had said to him in disdain ''She thinks there are warts in the brain '' At lunch, I ended up next to Dr. Sabin at the table in the Rough Rider room of the Roosevelt Hotel. He leaned over and gave this parable ''You know, Doctor, if you take a piece of wood, and you carve it, and you paint it, and you polish it, it will eventually look like an apple.''

Finding New Viruses

Viruses are smaller and less complex than cells, and generally contain only a protein coat surrounding either deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ribonucleic acid (RNA) as the genetic material. Some viruses may also have a covering membrane derived from the plasma membrane of the host cell from which they budded out during replication. DNA viruses include adenoviruses (respiratory infections) herpesviruses (cold sores, genital herpes, pox diseases, mononucleosis) papillomaviruses (certain warts) and hepatitis B virus. Viruses with genetic information in RNA include hepatitis A and C viruses myxoviruses (measles, mumps, influenzas) picorna-


The skin is an important source of virus in diseases in which transmission is by direct contact via small abrasions, for example, molluscum contagiosum, warts, and genital herpes. Several poxviruses may be spread from animals to humans, and sometimes from humans to animals, by contact with skin lesions, for example, the viruses of coxpox, vaccinia, orf, and pseudocowpox. Although skin lesions are produced in several generalized diseases, virus is not shed from the maculopapular skin lesions of measles, nor from the rashes associated with picornavirus, togavirus, or flavivirus infections. Herpesvirus infections, on the other hand, produce vesicular lesions in which virus is plentiful in the fluid of the lesions. Even here, however, virus shed in saliva and aerosols is much more important, as far as transmission is concerned, than that shed via the skin lesions.


Anorectal disorders affect many patients with Crohn's disease. Clinical manifestations range from asymptomatic skin tags to severe, debilitating perineal destruction and sepsis. Surgical management must be conservative and must focus on draining septic foci if present, preserving sphincter function and palliating symptoms. Medical management has shown some success in improving symptoms but has not yet been


Three-fourths of all deaths occurring in burn patients are due to sepsis (Simmons & Howard, 1982). Hypnosis exerts a profound effect on infection, but the mechanism remains unclear. In 1847 Esdaile's (reprinted 1957) surgical death rate from infection dropped from 45 to 5 when he started using hypnoanesthesia in India. Schafer (l975) noted that the patients he hypnotized on the Burn Unit healed without infection. He graciously credited this to good surgical care, but surgeons know better. Chong (l975) describes the Monkey God rituals in which participants in a trance-like state put skewers through their cheeks and flesh without sterilization, and he comments that 'no case of sepsis or tetanus has ever been reported.' It has been my experience with the viral infections of warts (Ewin, l974) and herpes (Ewin & Hill, l98l) that hypnotic intervention is effective. Feller, Flora and Bawol (l976) showed in a cooperative study of 21 000 burned patients that survival was not statistically...


The main interest in papovaviruses lies in the probability that they cause cancer in humans, as certain members certainly do in other animal species. It has long been known that viruses of the genus Papillomavirus cause skin warts. More recently, however, it has become clear that papillomaviruses are a frequent cause ol sexually transmitted disease and are strongly linked to carcinoma of the cervix, one of the commonest cancers of women. Certain members of the genus Polyomavirus, on the other hand, infect most people subclinically, persist for life, and are frequently reactivated by immunosuppression.

Size and Structure

Ebola Protein Coat

We know now that smallpox was caused by something considerably smaller in size than bacteria. During Pasteur's time, virtually all infectious agents, including bacteria, protozoans, and yeast, were called viruses. One of Pasteur's associates, Charles Chamberland, discovered that porcelain filters would block out bacteria but would not keep an unseen agent from passing through. The agent caused rabies, another serious disease of both animals and humans. Agents of disease that could pass through filters became known as filterable viruses, although the word filterable is no longer used. Today, we know that not only smallpox and rabies are caused by these viruses but also measles, mumps, chicken pox, polio, yellow fever, influenza, fever blisters, warts, and the common cold.

Perianal Abscess

Intersphincteric Fistula

Perianal disease is an important and distinguishing feature of Crohn's disease (CD). The incidence of perianal disease in patients with CD varies from 3.8 to 81 in different series 1, 2 . While perianal lesions occur more often in patients with colonic disease than in patients with small intestinal disease 2 , 5 of patients with anorectal CD do not have proximal disease. Clinical features include hypertrophic skin tags, ulceration (Fig. 1), perianal abscesses and fistulae (Figs. 2 and 3), fissures, induration and anal stenosis 3 . A characteristic feature of perianal CD is that several abnormalities may coexist. Perianal abscesses occur in 23-62 of patients and are usually multiple and complex due to deep, cavitating ulcers that penetrate the anorectal wall 2 . Crohn's abscesses may also arise as a result of an infection of the intersphincteric anal glands. Anorectal fistulae in CD arise in 6-34 of patients 2 . According to their relationship with the sphincters 4 , fistulae are...

Arthropod Defenses

Lepidoptera Larvae

Many arthropods synthesize their own defensive compounds (Meinwald and Eisner 1995). A number of Orthoptera, Heteroptera, and Coleoptera exude noxious, irritating, or repellent fluids or froths when disturbed (Fig. 3.7). Blister beetles (Meloidae) synthesize the terpenoid, cantharidin, and ladybird beetles (Coccinellidae), synthesize the alkaloid, coccinelline (Meinwald and Eisner 1995). Both compounds are unique to insects. These compounds occur in the hemolymph and are exuded by reflex bleeding from leg joints. They deter both invertebrate and vertebrate predators. Cantharidin is used medicinally to remove warts. Whiptail scorpions spray acetic acid from their tail, and the millipede, Harpaphe, sprays cyanide (Meinwald and Eisner 1995). The bombardier beetle, Brachynus, sprays a hot (100 C) cloud of benzoquinone produced by mixing, at the time of discharge, a phenolic substrate (hydroquinone), peroxide, and an enzyme catalase (Harborne 1994).


Podophyllin Resin

Podophyllum resin has long been used as a purgative, but the discovery of the cytotoxic properties of podophyllotoxin and related compounds has now made podophyllum a commercially important drug plant. Preparations of podophyllum resin (the Indian resin is preferred) are effective treatments for warts, and pure podophyllotoxin is available as a paint for venereal warts, a condition which can be sexually transmitted. The antimitotic effect of podophyllotoxin and the other lignans is by binding to the protein tubulin in the mitotic spindle, preventing polymerization and assembly into microtubules (compare vincristine, page 356, and colchicine, page 343). During mitosis, the chromosomes separate with the assistance of these microtubules, and after cell division the microtubules are transformed back to tubulin. Podophyllotoxin and other Podophyllum lignans were found to be unsuitable for clinical use as anticancer agents due to toxic side-effects, but the semi-synthetic derivatives...

Rna Viruses

Papovaviridae Diseases Caused

Human papillomaviruses cause warts, and some of the several dozen types are associated with cancer of the cervix or the skin the human polyomaviruses usually cause inapparent infections but may be reactivated by immunosuppression Murine polyoma virus and simian virus 40 (SV40, from rhesus monkeys) have been useful models for the laboratory study of viral oncogenesis

Lasers in Urology

External Condylomata Acuminata

The most frequent malformations of the external genital are called condylomata acuminata. These benign warts must be treated as early as possible, because they tend to be very infectious and degenerating. After circumcision and application of 4 acetic acid to suspected areas, they are coagulated with either Nd YAG or CO2 lasers. Occasional recurrences cannot be excluded, especially in the treatment of intraurethral condylomata. With both laser types, however, the rate of recurrence is less than 10 as reported by Baggish (1980) and Rosemberg (1983). Hemangiomas of the external genital should be treated with radiation from Nd YAG lasers because of its higher penetration depth. Hofstetter and Pensel (1993) stated that additional cooling of the tissue surface may even improve the procedure. Carcinoma of the external genital are best treated with a Nd YAG laser if they are at an early stage. This significantly reduces the risk of having to perform a partial amputation. According to Eichler...

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