Condyloma lata in prepubertal male child: In the era of viral sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

MD ZEESHAN, Abhijeet Kumar Jha, Sudhanshu Kumar, R.K.P Chaudhary

Abstract


The present era showed the changing trend of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with viral STIs being the most common STIs. In children, STIs are acquired by both venereal and nonvenereal route. Sexual abuse, intrauterine and perinatal transmissions are considered as a possible mode of transmission in children. Here, we report a case of condylomata lata in prepubertal male child in the era of viral STIs


Keywords


Condylomata lata, syphilis, sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

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